The documentary Ciberinfierno which premiered Netflix with address of Choin Jin-Seongnarrates in detail the digital crime in which they were sexually exploited 74 women, including 16 minors.
From interviews, animations, archive footage and reconstructions reveals how victims they were forced to upload explicit material against his will through halls Telegram.
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It also narrates how finally this red criminal, called Room NWas discovered by two college girlsand group of journalists and finally investigated in depth by the cybercrime officers.
What is Room N?
“Cyber Hell”, the Netflix documentary about a shocking cybercrime.
Also known as The Nth Room or in its acronym in English Nth Roomrefers to the number of rooms that existed in Telegram managed by God God (Cho Joo-bin). Through which was shared the illegal content.
The umpteenth room was considered the most “VIP”since in this criminals they could enslave to their victims directly and access exclusive material.
Los paid were made through giftcards o cryptocurrencieswhich protected the identity of the thousands of users who participated in the crime. Through links they agreed to different rooms with different prices according to category.
Cho Joo-bin: the leader of the criminal organization
With only 25 years old, Cho Joo-Bin was designated as main responsible of the crimes that horrified South Korea during 2019. Along with him there was also 124 suspects who were charged with various crimes.
Initially, for ley of South Koreathe name of Cho Joo-Bin could not be revealed. But from the intense social pressure In order for his name and face to be exposed, he agreed to release this information.
Finally, during the year 2020, Cho Joo-Bin obtained a sentence of 40 years in prison. Leaving South Korea totally shocked by the atrocities that occurred in 2019.
What are you waiting for to play it? The documentary film is already available in Netflix.