A woman said her spa treatment was live-streamed for more than 30 minutes. Photo: Thepaper.cn

Chinese spa customer calls police after her massage is live-streamed to half-naked man

  • Executive of Wuhan spa blames intern for breaking company privacy rule
  • Customer asks for improvement on US$2,900 compensation offer
Topic |   China Society

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A woman said her spa treatment was live-streamed for more than 30 minutes. Photo: Thepaper.cn
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Smartphones and computers have become a way of life. Relying on a law passed 16 years ago is hardly an adequate response to voyeuristic abuse of such devices. Photo: SCMP
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No time for delay on new voyeurism law

  • A speedy legal answer to sexual offences involving hi-tech devices is needed in the wake of cases put on hold or dropped after a court threw out a charge normally applied

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Smartphones and computers have become a way of life. Relying on a law passed 16 years ago is hardly an adequate response to voyeuristic abuse of such devices. Photo: SCMP
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