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Prison Term: Domenic Sinopoli and Voyeurism Cases

prison term: He says it's reasonable to assume that's because people are wearing less clothing and are outside more often, according to CTV. Voyeurism is defined in the Criminal Code as surreptitious observation or recording of someone who is in circumstances that give rise to a reasonable expectation of privacy. Domenic Sinopoli, an inspector with the Toronto police sex crimes unit, says around 60 per cent of all voyeurism cases are reported during the summer. It's a crime that can come with a prison term of up to five years. Last month, a 29-year-old man was charged after he allegedly used his cellphone to take so-called upskirt photos of women inside a grocery store in Toronto's west end, and in May a camera was found in a Starbucks bathroom in the city's financial district, police said. Police say the number of instances where someone is being recorded or photographed inappropriately are growing -- and so is the market for such content. ( As reported in the news.