TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- New technologies are changing the landscape of stalking -- and authorities spent time learning about it today.
The National District Attorney's Association hosted a conference at the Washburn University Law School, looking at how stalkers are using technology to track their victims.
Authorities say they are seeing an upswing nationally in cyberstalking cases. They encourage you to think about what you post on the internet and be aware of your digital footprint.
Experts also discussed the different types of technology used and where teens and adults are going with this information.
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