Sex chatline in south korea

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Sex crime chat room ignites public fury By Yonhap. Screenshot captured from an online petition system run by South Korea's presidential office on March 23, More than 2 million people have signed an online petition as of Monday demanding the government unveil the identity of a man who allegedly ran a group chat room where photos and videos of violent sex acts, involving underaged victims, were distributed. At least 74 victims are known to have been exploited in the so-called Nth room case, in which a man surnamed Cho allegedly lured victims into taking naked photos and later threatened and exploited them into more gruesome sex acts.

South Korean chat room operator, 24, gets 40 years for blackmail

South Koreans demand tough laws in wake of chatroom sex image scandal - CGTN

Everything you need to know, from results and electorates, to the seats that matter. The operator of an online chat room in South Korea has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for blackmailing women, including minors, into filming sexually explicit videos and selling them to others. Cho Ju-bin, 24, was found guilty of running an online network that blackmailed at least 74 women, including 16 teenagers, into what authorities called "virtual enslavement". Cho forced the victims to send increasingly degrading and sometimes violent sexual imagery of themselves between May and February The Seoul Central District Court convicted Cho Ju-bin, 24, of violating child protection laws and organising a criminal ring, court spokesman Kim Yong-chan said. The court ruled Cho "used various methods to lure and blackmail a large number of victims into making sexually abusive contents and distributed them to many people for an extended period," according to Mr Kim. Cho has maintained he only cheated victims into making the videos but didn't blackmail or coerce them.

South Korean chat room operator gets 40 years for blackmail

The operator of an online chat room in South Korea was sentenced Thursday, Nov. Kim said the court decided to isolate Cho from society for a prolonged period in consideration of his attitude and the seriousness of his crime. Prosecutors formally arrested or indicted Cho and seven accomplices in June for allegedly producing sexually abusive videos of 74 victims, 16 of them minors, and distributing them on the Telegram messaging app, where users paid in cryptocurrency to watch them in
The Associated Press Staff. In this March 25, , file photo, Cho Ju-bin, centre, leader of South Korea's online sexual blackmail ring which is so called "Nth room," is surrounded by journalists while walking out of a police station as he is transferred to prosecutors' office for further investigation in Seoul, South Korea. The court ruled Cho "used various methods to lure and blackmail a large number of victims into making sexually abusive contents and distributed them to many people for an extended period," according to Kim. Cho has maintained he only cheated victims into making such videos but didn't blackmail or coerce them, prompting some of the victims to testify in court. Kim said the court decided to isolate Cho from society for a prolonged period in consideration of his attitude and the seriousness of his crime.