iwilll

In the course of the #MeToo und Time´s up debates, the shortcomings regarding sexual assault and/or abuse have repeatedly been the subject of discussion all over the world. Sweden has already gone one step further. From July 2018 onwards a law to protect women, that is, to prevent sex crimes, will come into force. Meanwhile other countries are also considering similar regulation. Essentially this new proposed legislation is to stipulate that sexual partners must give clear sexual consent. In principle a verbal declaration of consent would suffice. By using the “I willl app” however, an additional verification is generated which provides more safety. Consent is saved discreetly only on one’s own mobile device (mobile phone, tablet) and can, if desired, be forwarded in encrypted form to the partner.
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Eligible for Family Library
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Updated
July 3, 2018
Size
19M
Installs
10+
Current Version
1.0
Requires Android
5.0 and up
Content Rating
Mature 17+
Interactive Elements
Users Interact
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Offered By
Start It App
Developer
Linzerstrasse 1/3B, 3003 Gablitz, Austria
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