Women's rights campaigners also want tougher penalties, saying voyeurs should not be let off lightly just because they stop short of an actual physical assault. The problem is especially acute in tech-savvy South Korea, where thousands of women have taken to the streets in protest. But the counsellor, who is helping Yu-jung's family, called for mental health support for the victims and family who come forward to cope with what she called a patriarchal system. Footage of Lee was found among a bigger cache of video of women, all illegally snatched in the country's spycam epidemic, often with cheap devices as small as a key ring. A South Korean porn website that attracted more than a million users and hosted thousands of spycam videos thrived for years until it was shut down in after activist complaints. Official figures showed there were about 6, cases of the so-called spycam porn in and about 6, the year before. Under the law, he could face up to five years in jail.
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