IWin believes that issues like these should be regulated on a per-corporation basis on their platform.
Only about 39% of unwanted content is actually 'unwanted', according to iWin.
Sometimes people report content that is acceptable but against their personal moral code (i.e. reporting content that depicts LGBTQIA+ folk, because they are homophobes....)
80% of unwanted content that needs to be removed is from foreign platform providers. Around half of the time, foreign providers comply.
Only 120 cases went to the government due to ambiguity.
Different ways of handling unwanted content
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Details the way that iWin classifies non-consensual pornography currently
First Case: Taichung
A second grade girl's parents found pornography of his daughter online.
Went to iWin since the Family Protection Center in Taichung didn't know what tamily Protection Center in Taichung didn't know what to do.
iWin went to the relevant country and attempted
The account that uploaded it, also included a ton of child pornography. We flagged this with the relevant government authorities.
Second case: A High Schooler's kid's pornographic images were posted on Tumblr.
Tumblr ignored the parent's repeated requested to take down content.
Third Case: how does facebook regulate this?
Facebook reviews content pretty wholly, rather than usually requiring iWin to flag.
That being said, iWin has been happy to flag on behalf of people in Taiwan.
Often, people are afraid of reporting to the police, and iWin encourages them to flag it with the platform maintainers, for instance, in the case of an account that collected pornography from people and then extorted them for money.
However, taking down these malicious accounts quickly results in more malicious accounts.
Usually, flagging with Facebook is good because they are pretty responsive.
Fourth Case: A girl flags a google drive link with hundreds of pornographic images of children.
Government requires victims to consent to an investigation
Usually victims are not comfortable coming forward.