Netflix is one of the most effective OTT platforms in India. Its new series Cyber Hell maybe a documentary that is supported by the fact of the “Nth Room” incident in Korea. Cyber Hell may be a horror story that shows the dark side of the internet. During this incident the criminals of this incident created their own regions in cyberspace where the secrecy was guaranteed and made use of various criminal methods that were unimaginable at that point, they used these methods as blackmailing through hacking, and illegal transactions using cryptocurrency, harassment, and exploitation with fake IDs. The criminals were so daring, they don’t put the authorities in their eyes while committing horrible cybersex crimes against under-aged victims, thinking they can’t be captured. In 2019, the case in Korea that shook the world with its horrifying facts, there were at least 70 young women who were blackmailed into making extremely clear sexual content. A hell lot of men were involved during this case, their numbers almost reaches 250,000, and users in 56 chat rooms were connected to the present case only. They also gained public outrage.
Cyber Hell Release Date
Netflix has already announced many series coming in May. Netflix announced this series on April 20th. It’ll be released on 18th May 2022.
Cyber Hell Story
The Korea Cyber Sexual Violence Response Centre reported that individuals involved in it were sharing similar content, which included photos that were taken discreetly by girls through spy cams. Since 2018, a user that goes by the name “Baksa,” which suggests “Doctor,” hooked young women searching for jobs for work by offering an enormous amount of cash for photos of their bodies. Then he would start looking for the private information of that girls, after accruing personal information, he blackmailed them into performing hideous acts. He would sell those images around his “Nth” chat room, within which users would pay anywhere from 200 dollars to 1 thousand 2 hundred dollars for the doorway fee.
During a radio interview, one anonymous survivor shared how desperate she was to search out employment while she was in middle school when she was approached by an internet user. They told her that they would give her a component-time job of three thousand 200 dollars per month and a free phone in exchange for photos of her body.
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After giving her personal details and bank number to her employer, there was an increment of inexplicit content. She explained in one of all her videos she was instructed by her abuser to wear a faculty uniform and rip the tights with one in every the school supplies, then she was also told to masturbate with supply, which caused her injury.
she sent that video together with her bleeding and was told she couldn’t bang which hurts an excessive amount. He replied back within 10 minutes. He said to stay doing it whether it hurts or not and to film herself again, and to cum before taking the item out.
Signature of individuals on petition reached over 2 million, to Blue House demanding to publicly reveal the identity of Nth Room perpetrator. This pressure caused them to release the identity of ring leader Cho JU-bin, a 24-year-old who was an editor of a newspaper at his college.
the foremost surprising thing was his statement after he got arrested, he thanked the reporters for stopping his life as a devil. There was a photo of him in an exceedingly brace following a suicide attempt, circulating around media.
By the order of the supreme court 42-year imprisonment was given to Cho, other members of the ring, including Moon Hyung-Wook and 24-year-old, and held to blame for pressuring 21 women into sharing above 3,500 sexually explicit videos of themselves, sentenced to 34 years. Then 20-year-old Kang Hun was sentenced to fifteen years for pressuring 18 women to film pornographic content. Many of the women were underage, further frustrating the public who asked for heavier sentences for the accomplices.
Cyber Hell Cast
We aren’t getting a lot of information except for its director.
Directed by Choi Jin-sung.
Where to Watch Cyber Hell?
It hasn’t been released yet but will be available after 18 May 2022 on Netflix.
Cyber Hell Trailer
Its trailer was released on 21 April 2022.
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