Gang stalking is a term used to describe a set of behaviors aimed at harassing or intimidating an individual or group systematically. It involves a group of people, often strangers, who work together to harass or stalk individuals, using various methods such as following, monitoring, and spreading false rumors about them.
V2K (Voice to Skull) is a technology that allows an individual or a group to communicate with an individual's brain using microwave transmission. It can transmit voices, sounds, or music directly into the brain without the need for speakers or headphones. V2K technology has not been proven to exist or to be currently in use.
The potential dangers of social engineering, which can be a component of gang stalking and V2K, include psychological harm, manipulation, coercion, and intimidation. Social engineering can lead to the loss of personal information, identity theft, emotional distress, and blackmail. It can also lead to physical harm if the harassment or stalking becomes aggressive.
It is essential to be aware of the risks of social engineering and to take necessary precautions to protect yourself, such as limiting the information you share online and avoiding suspicious individuals or groups. If you feel that you are being targeted, do not hesitate to seek help from law enforcement or a mental health professional.