Why South Korea struggles to fight sexual blackmailing | DW News

Authorities in South Korea have handed a 40 year jail term to this 24-year-old recent graduate for heading an online sexual blackmail ring. Cho Ju-Bin coerced women into sharing degrading sexual images and videos of themselves and sold these onto paying viewers in online chat rooms. Prosecutors said 38 people were involved in total – in what they called the "virtual enslavement" of women and teenagers. But why is sexual blackmailing such a big problem in South Korea?

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