South Korea arrested four men accused of online 'private moments' streaming in 1600 hotel rooms.
Men reportedly installed mini cameras on TVs, hair dryers to record all private moments that are sold up to $ 6.200 on online platforms.
If the allegations prove correct, then they could reach up to 10 years of imprisonment and 30 million won ($ 26.571, £ 20.175) fine.
The men created a website in November where they allowed users to pay for full videos or watch clips for 30 seconds for free. They say they have posted 803 videos and so far 97 members have paid to get a video. Of course at this time website has come down.
"Police are very strict in dealing with criminals who illegally publish and share videos as they seriously harm human dignity," said the spokesman for the Police Service Seoul in The Herald.
The recent incident has caused disruption to ordinary citizens who have made a national protest against shooting sexually or naked content.
"There was a similar case in the past where illegal cameras were (secretly installed) and recorded, but this is the first time the police found the videos live on the internet," the police said.