Watchdog: South Korean women, girls badly affected by ‘pervasive’ digital sex crime


Women wearing face masks as a precaution against the coronavirus ride a bicycle at a public park in Seoul. South Korea has become the global epicentre of spycam – the use of tiny, hidden cameras to film victims in private moments without their knowledge or consent. — AP

SEOUL: Digital sex crime is now so pervasive in South Korea that the fear of it is affecting the quality of life for women and girls, with many victims saying they had considered suicide or leaving the country, a human rights watchdog said on June 16.

South Korea has become the global epicentre of spycam – the use of tiny, hidden cameras to film victims naked, urinating or having sex.

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