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Yes someone can only do this is they have broken into your email account. The first thing to do is to change your password ***** away. Do not click onto any emails that say you need to change your password. It is a scam to take over your account. Change all of your passwords that you have associated with your email account including that email account.
For cell phones it is cloning not spoofing. They can do a caller id spoofing which is having the cell phone say they are some where they are not, by that I mean, that the telephone number is ***** the actually telephone number that they are calling from. Spoofing is a program successfully masquerades as another by falsifying data and thereby gaining an illegitimate advantage. What that means is that the can get into your router to get information from your computer or another device they can masquerade as. For emails it is a forgery of email address to hide the true sender.
It is very hard to spoof or clone a cell phone if you don't have the right equipment or software. They could clone your pictures and all information on your cell phone but the chances of that happening are slim to none. They can download software to your phone but they have to actually have your phone and most of the apps are where they can find you or where you went.
As far as as the deleted email on your teacher's pc I can't tell you what happened to that because it is usually the teacher that does it or someone that can get into her pc whether by accident or she left it logged in.
D: Software called Spoof Card can let you change your calling id number to some other number (there are software out there for those kind of things). Phone cloning you would have to make a copy of the sim card of the phone that you are cloning (the chances of someone getting a hold of your phone and returning it back to you after they have done that is very slim). E: Most people do not know how to clone or spoof a cell phone. Hackers do know how to do that but the chances of a everyday someone (not knowing how to do that) doing that is very slim. F: Maybe the friend sent your texts to spam or blocked you from sending them texts (without me knowing them I can't say). Maybe they turned off text messaging or the towers were down or they were in an area where they couldn't receive text messages. And unless they have cloned your friend sim card they would not be able to reply to your text message as your friend. G: Sometimes that could happen when you wipe your phone clean and then sync it up so your contacts will come back. Maybe when you backed up your phone it happen to place a different phone with that contact number. H. Even though you blocked that person you will have to unfriend them also. Blocked people can still see your FB profile. Unfriend them also and they can't see it.
I am not sure where this is going, since I have answered your question: could someone intercept your e-mails to isolate you? can they then respond as if the person who you sent a message is replying so you never suspect anything?
You keep asking different questions mixed in with your original. Yes blocked people can still see your profile but unfriending them they can't see it. If it was unfriended and blocked will not be able to contact you or post. This is what FB is saying about that problem: "
If someone’s bothering you on Facebook, the best way to stop them is to block them. Learn more about blocking. Other ways to limit someone's ability to contact you include:
As far as making a correlation with "I carry your heart with me. I carry your hear in my heart (which is poetry by E E Cummings): what has that to do with your beginning question?
Unfriending them. Only your friends can post on your Timeline. You can also change your settings to prevent anyone from posting on your Timeline.
Filtering your messages. Adjust your filters preference to control what types of messages arrive in your inbox."
I understand what you are saying but I am an expert on computers not poetry so not sure what you want me to say about: Make a correlation with this analogy: "I carry your heart with me. I carry your heart in my heart "
If you are asking can your FB page get hacked then the answer is yes. Someone can make your page into theirs and make your friends think it is you. Also I added what FB said (which was the same items I mentioned above): unfriend and unblock at the same time. If you only unblock then they can see your profile. If you do both, they can't see it. If no 1 friend blocked and unfriended no 2 then no 2 should not be able to see no 1 unless no 2 logs into someone else's account that are friends with no 1 and can see their profile.