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He and his young accomplices hunted women on social media – the ‘sextortion’ ring case roiling South Korea
From his bedroom, Cho Ju-bin, 25, spun illusions and masterminded one of the most notorious sex crime schemes to shake South Korea in years.
Activist Olimpia Coral went through an inferno in 2013, when an ex-boyfriend posted sexual images that made the rounds in her conservative town in Mexico. Things got so bad – the shaming, the Internet bullying – that she hid in the trunk of a taxi when going to her grandmother’s house a few blocks away.
The operator of an online chat room in South Korea was sentenced on Nov 25 to 40 years in prison for blackmailing women, including minors, into filming sexually explicit video and selling them to others.
Experts cited lack of parental supervision and awareness of potential dangers on the Internet as some reasons why children become victims of online sexual exploitation.
There have been 85 reports of unlawful sexual intercourse between January and September this year, compared with 71 over the same period last year. ‘Sextortion’ cases jumped to 616 during the first three quarters of this year from 171 over the whole of last year.
Bangladeshi police launched an all-woman unit on Nov 16 to tackle a rise in online abuse and harassment targeting women.
In the United States, Californians recently adopted proposed legislation aiming to give users more control over their personal information online.
In the quarter of a century since Sony launched the groundbreaking PlayStation, video games have exploded into the biggest form of entertainment in the world, and analysts say the growing diversity of billions of players is reshaping the industry.
Google search data shows that race, abortion and healthcare are some of the top issues for voters in the US election, which sees Donald Trump go up against Joe Biden. Logically, "Who is winning the election?" and "When will we know the election results?" were the most frequently asked questions in the hours following the vote.
Facebook on Nov 2 acknowledged glitches in enforcing its policy on removing misleading political advertising for the US election after a report revealed banned messages were being recirculated.