If someone surprisingly started to pry on your personal affairs, keep your guard up and be doubtful.
You may be falling to their trap without you knowing it.
Most social networking sites have their report button for this and other related instances.
Also, the PNP and National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) have their cybercrime department that deals of these matters.
Or maybe it’s because lovey-dovey text messages (or sexting, more likely) amps up anticipation and paves the way to the bedroom sooner.
But regardless of what they said they believed about digital communication hastening sex, only 38% of women said they had actually slept a partner sooner than they otherwise would have, because of a textual relationship.
Psychologists point out that children with family problem are most susceptible to this modus.
Their innocence, combined with problems at home and inability to handle their emotions, is easily exploited by these criminals.
It’s no wonder, then, that 65% of respondents said they had been asked out via text message.
The text was also a common mode of breaking up: 43% of women and 27% of men reported at least one instance of getting dumped via text.
Of course, there’s a fine line between socializing and stalking.
If you’re working as a freelance writer, you’re bound to meet and work with people belonging to different cultures and mentalities.
To maintain a healthy business in a professional manner, especially now when technology and virtual communication is integral to any business, it’s important to set certain restrictions and guidelines, leaving room for flexibility.