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About 1,600 hotel guests in South Korea were secretly recorded, with the footage of their every move live-streamed online to paying customers, police said Wednesday.
Police have arrested two men and are investigating two other men linked to the scandal, which took place in 30 different hotels located in ten South Korean cities.
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Investigators believe the hotels did not take part in the scheme.
The recording devices— which were hidden inside digital TV boxes, hairdryer holsters, and other wall sockets— streamed the footage to an online platform available to more than 4,000 paying customers, the Cyber Investigation Department at the National Police Agency said in a statement.
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The site charged a pretty penny for those who wanted to view these live-streams, with 97 customers paying up to $44.95 a...
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