SEOUL (Reuters) – The obvious suicide of a second Ok-pop artist in a month has forged renewed focus in South Korea on vicious private assaults and cyber bullying of weak younger stars, and the way it principally goes unpunished.
College students attend a cyber bullying prevention class by the Nationwide Police Company in Seoul, South Korea, November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Gained Chae-youn
The police take into account cyber violence a critical crime and have an energetic program educating the general public how to not fall prey to on-line assaults, or to change into the perpetrator.
Costs laid are steadily on the rise with practically 150,000 instances final 12 months, however they type only a minuscule…