Medical scientists and the media now recognize that the recent high-tech assaults on U.S. and Canadian government personnel, which happened in Cuba, China, and elsewhere, were most likely caused by directed, pulsed radiofrequency/microwave energy. In official discussions of the causes and consequences of these directed-energy assaults, the allowable cohort of victims is strictly limited to government personnel stationed abroad, CIA agents, and others with similar affiliations. What is not being talked about is the fact that many thousands of people around the world are alleging that they are being similarly assaulted with directed-energy devices or targeted with organized stalking, which often accompanies harassment by directed energy. It is too disturbing for the general public to accept the possibility that directed-energy technology and directed-energy harassment could be much more widespread than the occasional state-run secret mission for geopolitical advantage or the isolated instance of counterintelligence activity. It is easy for the highest levels of law enforcement to deny widespread harassment with these new-age weapons, because such devices enable invisible assaults through windows and walls and leave virtually no forensic trace. Criminals always benefit from new technologies that are largely unknown to the wider public and totally ignored by the authorities whose duty it is to ensure public safety. Criminality loves a vacuum of law enforcement, and antisocial behavior thrives off anonymity and impunity. This 21st Century crime is guaranteed to continue growing until we finally start taking it seriously. “World Targeted Individual Day 3” gives a voice to a small portion of the global community of reporting victims — the ordinary citizens, the “targeted individuals” — who submitted content in commemoration of the Third Annual International TI Day on August 29, 2020.