Hidden cameras "everywhere" in Korean hotels

This BBC report examines the "molka" phenomenon in South Korea (previously at BB): the proliferation of hidden wireless cameras in toilets and hotel rooms, and the culture of blackmail and revenge porn around it. "How many spycams can Stacey Dooley find in a love motel bedroom?"

Pornography is illegal in South Korea, and molka has emerged as an illicit DIY alternative. The devastating impact of molka is revealed in the increasing number of molka-related suicides. Now, criminal gangs are starting to install cameras on an industrial scale, selling people's most private moments as pornography for strangers to consume. The country's advanced technology allows criminals to stream videos live and share them at lightning speeds.