Ok, so I've recently become the victim of a cyber stalker. I used to post on a Chinese news website, that's hosted in the US, where they translate news stories from Chinese to English. One guy didn't like my posts, so he decided to look up my personal information online, posted it, then encouraged people to phone my work place and have me fired. He believed that posting negative comments about China would result in me being fired from my job in China. The person has continued stalking me since. He started posting really weird, creepy comments, such as "nice house by a golf course". Indicating that he's seen a picture of my parents house, i.e. knows there home address and looked it up on google street view. Another one said "nice picture of you with your niece", meaning he visited my facebook profile. I've also received threats as a result of this. I complained heavily to the website, but was banned, and was told they weren't going to do anything about it. That I had no legal ground on which to stand against this individual, and they would not be passing on his information to the police. The problem is that the website is run by Chinese people, and the guy has a law degree (from China I presume). Since the website is hosted in the US, although run by Chinese people (in China), I presume that this falls under US law. Cyber stalking is obviously a crime, and what this individual did is a crime. Can anyone give me any advice about what I can do about it? Thanks.