Online sex crimes crisis in South Korea affecting all women, report finds

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Human Rights Watch found sex crime prosecutions involving illegal filming rose 11-fold between 2008 and 2017

South Korea’s epidemic of online sexual abuse has left survivors traumatised for life, and is adversely affecting all women and girls in the country, according to a new report.

Molka – the use of hidden cameras to film or share explicit images of women without their consent – is forcing victims to contemplate suicide or to consider quitting their jobs or leaving the country, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in the report, My Life is Not Your Porn: Digital Sex Crimes in South Korea.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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