Sexual offences in an age of technology

With smartphones and social media, voyeurism is now more dangerous as voyeurs are able to record footage and disseminate it immediately. TNP FILE PHOTO
With smartphones and social media, voyeurism is now more dangerous as voyeurs are able to record footage and disseminate it immediately. TNP FILE PHOTO
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When Mr Nicholas Lim recorded a video of a girl showering, he too was captured on video by a surveillance camera.

As a result, a warning message was sent out on WhatsApp to residents of Eusoff Hall.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 28, 2019, with the headline Sexual offences in an age of technology. Subscribe