What is Voyeurism under section 354C of IPC?

Voyeurism is the act of gaining sexual gratification by observing someone in a private or intimate situation without their consent. This can involve watching someone undress, using the restroom, or engaging in sexual activity. Voyeurism can be committed through physical observation or by recording such acts through photographs or videos. The act itself is intrusive and a violation of a person’s privacy, but the dissemination of captured images or videos further intensifies the offense.