Saturday, July 5, 2014
Sociopaths and Identity Theft, Cyberstalking, Slander
IDENTITY THEFTIdentity theft happens when someone steals your personal information and uses it without your permission. It’s a serious crime that can wreak havoc with your finances, credit history, and reputation — someone impersonating you can cause you stress, embarrassment and anger. This can all take up a lot of your time, money, and patience to resolve. Sociopaths are notorious for identity theft. They usually steal the identity of a family member, knowing they can do this because the family member will not pursue criminal charges against them.
When the sociopath is cyber stalking or impersonating you online it can be scary and you may feel your reputation and life is in danger. The sociopath goes beyond the annoying activities of a troll. They try to destroy peoples lives and derive satisfaction from the pain and suffering they inflict on others. Sociopaths are really sick and dangerous people.
Of course there are other sad pathetic individuals including trolls and cyber bullies that are not sociopaths, but just mentally disturbed individuals. Some of them confine themselves to one site and just like to stir people up. They enjoy the attention and reaction they get from others. But it is a crime and even a felony in some states to impersonate someone online in order to defraud others or destroy someone's reputation.
DEFAMATION AND SLANDER
Sociopaths fly into a psychotic rage if confronted about defamation and slander also know as a "smear campaign". A smear campaigner will try to make others think they are good people who are rightfully standing up against online bullying and supposed immorality or abuse. Sociopaths try to ostracize their victims and make them feel alone, unpopular, and unsupported by others by accusing them of heinous acts - that the sociopath him/herself is guilty of.. Women who are sociopaths, narcissists and psychopaths are more likely to commit defamation of character than men.