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"My brother allowed my ex-boyfriends' relatives to hack my computer. I had no knowledge of this until they began stalking me with details of my Internet usage. I have been unable to get a job because of Internet stalking and text message stalking. The text message stalking involves a group of people who stalk me and let others know my whereabouts. I feel helpless and don't know what to do."

Stalking is very serious and I don't think it should ever be taken lightly because of the potential for danger and real harm. My first thought is that you should seek advice from the authorities, make that a priority. Second, make sure that you document these events so that you have proof. Third, you should block their numbers from calling you or texting you. If you are unsure of how to do that you can contact your phone provider. Blocking will ensure that even if you change your number and they somehow get it, they cannot contact you. You can also report them online and block them from emailing you and contacting you on other social media networks. I am so sorry that you are going through this and I hope these few tips can be helpful. I think that safety is first in this instance. It also sounds like there is tension between you and your brother. When you say your brother "allowed" this, I am wondering how involved your brother really is with all of this? Was it his intention? Does he know how much this is effecting your life? Have you told him? Definitely take action by contacting someone who can protect you in regards to the stalking.

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