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The South Korean capital, Seoul, has pledged to carry out daily checks in all public toilets for hidden cameras. Secret cameras in toilets and changing rooms are a serious problem in South Korea - with more than 6, cases of "spy cam porn" reported last year. Earlier this year, tens of thousands of women protested against hidden cameras, carrying signs with messages like "my life is not your porn". Activists say women live in constant fear of being photographed or filmed without their knowledge.
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Public toilets to be monitored to crack down on spycam porn in South Korea

In hidden corners across South Korea, tiny cameras are surreptitiously recording thousands of women when they are at their most vulnerable. In Seoul, the capital, the proliferation of such hidden cameras — and the images they record, which often end up on pornographic websites — has often been described by reporters as an epidemic. The city announced a crackdown on Sunday, increasing the number of municipal employees assigned to search public bathrooms for hidden cameras to 8, in October from the 50 currently at work. The city has promised to inspect every one of its 20, public restrooms daily, an enormous undertaking that underscores the scope of the problem. More than 30, cases of surreptitious filming have been reported nationally since , according to police statistics. Beginning next month, workers will check more than 20, public restrooms, in subways, parks, community centers, public gyms and underground commercial arcades. Many women avoid going to public toilets alone, especially at night.
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Public toilets to be monitored to crack down on spycam porn in South Korea

Move follows protests by record numbers of women calling for more action to tackle rise of voyeurism. South Korea is in the middle of a battle against videos secretly filmed in places such as toilet stalls and changing rooms. Police have said more than 26, victims between and have been identified, but many cases go unreported. Mobile phones sold in the country are required to make a loud audible sound when taking photos, an attempt to discourage surreptitious recording. Offenders can also turn to an array of seemingly everyday items — including pens, watches and shoes — equipped with spycams.
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Spycam pornography, locally known as "molka," generally refers to secretly produced, sexually exploitive videos or pictures of women in public spaces, such as restrooms and subways, among others. Such contents have also been created and shared online by victims' ex-boyfriends, typically in retaliation with the intent to damage the women's future job and marriage prospects. Authorities inspect a public toilet as a measure to combat spy-cam crimes in South Korea. The announcement follows on the heels of the fourth edition of ongoing women's rights rallies against spycam pornography, which was held near the presidential office in central Seoul on Saturday.
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