"Stalkerware" apps let abusers monitor their partner's phones and track their locations—without them knowing.
Despite potentially causing mental health effects as serious as PTSD, cyberstalking is often seen as nothing more than a high price tag for being visible online.
Stalking doesn't just end when the perpetrator leaves you alone. It can have a lifelong and damaging impact on some victims' mental health.
New Freedom of Information data reveals the number of women who died over the last three years even after reporting their partners or exes to Police Scotland for threatening behaviour.
New Freedom of Information data reveals the number of women who died over the last three years even after reporting their partners or exes to Police Scotland for threatening behavior.
An exclusive Broadly investigation reveals that multiple victims of abuse across the UK have died by suspected suicide—even after speaking with police.
I started making lists and timelines so I could deal with my stalker ex. Then it became a compulsion.
Meera Dalal was only 25 when she took her own life after years of abuse from her partner. Two years on, her friends are still searching for answers.
Unfollow Me exposed the fact that 49 women were killed by abusive partners, ex-partners and stalkers, despite reporting them to police. Now, Broadly is investigating the psychological toll of being stalked.
This month, Unfollow Me is taking a closer look at the psychological effects of stalking and abuse on survivors.