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An inspector inspects a public toilet to check for the possible installation of a hidden camera in central Seoul in this April 24 photo. Korea Times file. By Bahk Eun-ji. More than two out of three Seoul citizens are afraid of being filmed secretly by hidden cameras in public, a survey showed Monday. The Seoul Metropolitan Government plans to expand crackdowns on spycams in hotel and motel rooms, the places where people have the highest anxiety about becoming possible victims of illegal recording. According to the survey conducted by the city government and Namu Counseling for Women's Rights on 1,500 adults last month, 69 percent they feel insecure about being watched by hidden cameras inst... Tout l'article

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