A man convicted under a strict U.S. federal law that outlaws cyber-stalking was sentenced to eight years in prison. In June, a jury convicted Eric Bowker of stalking a television reporter by sending obscene e-mails and telephone messages and by stealing her mail. On September 11, Judge John Manos of the U.S. District Court (Northern District of Ohio) sentenced Bowker to eight years in prison.
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