In and of itself, no. But it is easy to underestimate the threat that a person known only through the Net can pose. It is rare, but "cyber-stalking" can enter the "real world" and then it poses a threat. Cyber-stalking can in some cases take place without your knowledge, and you may not know you have been stalked until the stalker enters the "real world." That's why it's important to know what information is available about you.
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