Sales of surveillance cameras surge in South Korea after daycare abuse case

January 26, 2015 5:21 AM

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SEOUL (Reuters) - Sales of surveillance cameras are surging in South Korea after a daycare center worker was caught on camera earlier this month knocking a toddler to the floor, spurring calls for closer monitoring of schools and child care facilities.

Some parents have kept their children at home amid angry demands for measures to protect children, including more cameras and tighter screening of staff, as subsequent footage of other daycare abuse incidents emerged.

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