'몰카와의 전쟁'…전국 공중화장실 5만곳 상시점검한다 To combat voyeurism, some 50 thousand public toilets will be investigated here in the nation. More than 45 million U.S. dollar will be spent on eradicating hidden cameras in restrooms. The measure was announced by the Korean National Police Agency, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, as well as the Ministry of Interior and Safety. A radio detecting device will be used to carry out the task at least once a week. The government is also encouraging self-inspection of toilets in private buildings, and will help check out the facilities in certain types of private building if requested. A "Toilet Safe for Women" sticker will be put on cleared restrooms.
Creepy Alert! People Are Finding Hidden Cameras In Airbnbs So far, there have been two incidents of guests finding cameras in their Airbnbs. The New York Post reported back in October that a Florida man recorded a married couple and was later arrested and charged with one count of video voyeurism. Now, two men have fallen victim to the same the same scheme. An Airbnb spokesperson told BuzzFeed: Airbnb spokesperson Airbnb has since banned the homeowner from the service.
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