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The Laws

    Please report to iWin when you get in touch with the following inappropriate contents:


 
假設案例

Type 1: Adult Pornography websites
Adult Pornography websites run by content providers may provide general pornography pictures, videos or sell sex toys. According to Article 46 of the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, membership or bridge pages are required when those kinds of services are used. On the bridge page, it must be noted that only users over 18 can log in and become members/visit the website.
Source: the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, Art. 46

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Type 2: Nakedness, obscenity and sexual intercourse
According to Article 46 of the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, it is prohibited to expose male and female genital, obscenity or sexual intercourse pictures and videos between different sex combinations on the Internet. Unfortunately, people nowadays can still get access to these kinds of contents from time to time when they get in touch with online games, adult animation and cartoon, unfiltered pictures of news, messages or ads on social websites such as facebook or youtube, etc..
Source: the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, Art. 44 , 45

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Type 3: Pornography involving children and youths
It is illegal on the Internet to have any nakedness and sexual intercourse content involving children and youths, both domestically and overseas. Please report to iWin when you think that children and youths under 18 years of age are involved in any content on the Internet. The act of spreading pornography involving children and youths is definitely against the law.
Source: the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, Art. 49

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Type 4: Internet prostitution involving children and youths
Please report any messages about prostitution involving children and youths. Any obscenity or sexual intercourse acts by force, by seduction, by providing accommodations and by introducing others to engage in prostitution are against the law.
Source: the Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act, Art. 49

 

 

 

Rules and Regulations of Internet Safety

Criminal Law
Children and Youth Welfare and Protection Act
Child and Youth Sexual Exploitation Prevention Act
Regulations on the Management of Rating Game Software
Sexual Assault Crime Prevention Act
Copyright Law
Consumer Protection Laws
Personal Data Protection Act
Regulations Governing Institutions Engaging In Credit Card Business
Regulations for Administration of Mobile Communications Businesse
Regulations for Administration on Type II Telecommunications Business
Regulations for Administration on Fixed Network Telecommunications Business
Total record: 24

The links provided on the website are mainly for the purpose of sharing information. In case of the need for legal action, please check with relevant government authorities for precise rules and regulations

 

 

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