What is considered and constitutes as harassment from legal and law stand point?
Law can sometimes be very irritating and confusing; for example, a lot of people in the street as well as educators can't really define harassment law rules.
As we said earlier, harassment comes in many forms and there are many types of it. Here are some of them: bullying is something that often takes place in schools where kids try to harrass another student by harrassing psychologically. Then there is mobbing, where groups of people commmit harassment to an individual victim. Hazing is probably the work kind of harassment for it involves physical harm in a torture manner, and it is often times planned and done deliberately. If the the person harrassing you doesn't stop after you tell him that it is annoying, you can take a legal action by hiring a lawyer.
Now a days, with the popularity of growing number of internet computer users online a lot of harassment are taking over the web. It is known as spam in law terms. Therefore, in year 2006 the United Stated President George Bush signed an online harassment law that makes it illegal to send annoying message to an individual without disclosing the proper and true identity of the sender. So yes, it is considered illegal to leave annoying comments on someone's myspace. You could end up paying either fines or spend time in the jail. harassment attorney can be expensive, but comes handy when dealing with the jurisdiction. The Modern Penal Code section 250.4(MPC) is definiing harrassment as a petty misdemeanor if with purpose is to harass another, he: 1) makes a phone call without a legitimate purpose; or 2) insults, taunts or challenges another in a manner likely to provoke violent or disorderly response; or 3) calls at inconvenient hours or in offensive language; or 4) subjects another to offensive touching; or 5) engages in any other course of alarming conduct serving no legitimate purpose of the actor.