Is social media fuelling real-word celebrity stalking?

Buzzfeed's Claudia Rosenbaum on how celebrity "geotagging" and social media updates may be fuelling a stalker surge in Hollywood.
Lana Del Rey is among the celebrities who have been stalked by obsessed fans. (Lana Del Rey/Instagram)

If you know what your favourite celebrity is wearing today, who they're with, and where they tend to hang out, that may just be interesting to you. But what about those who would act on that information?  

Buzzfeed entertainment news editor Claudia Rosenbaum joins guest host Gill Deacon to discuss how celebrity "geotagging" and daily social media updates may be fuelling a stalker surge in Hollywood. 


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