Police, seizing the Kimpo Child Care Center's extreme selection case, registered six members, including members of the Internet mum cafes who discovered or distributed personal teacher information.
Police station Gimpo in Gieonggi province announced on April 16 that they arrested three people, including A, Mr. B, and Mr. C from the Kimpo Center Child Care Center Center for Indictment for Violations of the Personal Data Protection Act.
In addition, he was arrested on charges of violating the Law on Information and Communication Networks, including two members of the internet cafe D in Kimpo and a member of the Internet cafe E in Inčon. Aunt F, a 47-year-old girlfriend suspected of being abused, was arrested on suspicion of an assault.
The police confirmed the identity of six identities who reportedly posted personal information in a mum coffee shop. According to the police, it is known that all six women live in Gimpo, and they were reportedly posted on the bulletin board and exchanged personal notes.
Mr. B is suspected of having missed the blindness of a childcare teacher who is suspected of abusing an Aboriginal person. C at the Han Hall Festival in Incheon, on November 11th. And he is suspected of not supervising or supervising Mr. B. A member of Mam Cafe D ㆍ E is charged on the same day as the teacher of a kindergarten claims to have abused a submissive man, wrote in an Internet café or shared the right kind of a kindergarten teacher to four cafes. Suspicion of abuse Native mother, F, is charged with placing water on a child care teacher the same day.
A childcare teacher, A, was found as a hull in his apartment, Kimpo, on the 13th day of the incident. At the time of his death, Mr. A said: "I wish I could finish here because I would wear it on my back. Do not let your day center and educators hurt you." I'm sorry "a suicide message was found.
One police officer said: "We learned that the names of the child's teachers in these parents were in kindergartens, in Inkon and Kimpo mam cafe, and then there were many articles condemning kindergarten teachers on various bulletin boards on the Internet." According to the law, "We have set up six people who have published, circulated or published false files on the Internet and will send them to the prosecutor sooner or later."
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