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A revised anti-stalking law took effect Tuesday to crack down on stalking via social networking services, which counselors warn is enmeshing a growing number of teenagers.

Acts deemed illegal under the law include sending messages repeatedly through social media when the recipient does not want to receive them and relentlessly leaving comments on someone’s blog.

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