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vTaiwan: eLiquor Briefing

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Slides for the 2016-03-31 meeting, translated to English.

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vTaiwan: eLiquor Briefing

  1. 1. tinyurl.com/20160331 ! Pol.is summary ! MoF briefing ! Stakeholder discussion ! Ministry responses
  2. 2. Objective ! Reflective ! Interpretative ! Decisional Pol.is 3/7 ~ 3/30 !24 days !64 comments !6881 votes
  3. 3. Under Article 30, Paragraph 1 of the Tobacco and Alcohol Administration Act, “liquor may not be transferred by a method by which the age of the buyer or transferee cannot be identified, and which methods include, but are not limited to, vending machines, postal sales, or transactions via electronic platforms”. Therefore, the transactions of alcohol via electronic platforms, including the Internet, are currently prohibited.
  4. 4. The technology of Internet and e-shopping has been advancing in recent years, the modes of transactions are also constantly innovating and diversifying. Some in the industries of online shopping and alcohol products have been suggesting that the authority, with reference to the foreign practices, allow online transactions of alcohol. After studying the international practices, the Ministry of Finance plans to launch a pilot scheme of online transactions of alcohol, which is executed under a control system (not lower than the existing control level of physical stores) in order to prevent children and teenagers from obtaining alcohol products online.
  5. 5. To prevent children and teenagers from easily getting alcohol products, how should the physical and online stores be controlled and executed? Please share your ideas and suggest some control measures. During the live broadcast of consultative council convened in the Executive Yuan at 3/31, we will invite Child Welfare League Foundation, Consumer Protection Committee, the related industries and scholars to establish a control system. The agenda will be decided by the most agreed “Shared Opinions” on Pol.is.
  6. 6. I think the selling of alcohol products in supermarkets is convenient enough, and there’s no need to allow online purchase. Objective Reflective Interpretative
  7. 7. O De-facto online liquor purchase 1. Browsing the “online catalog”
  8. 8. O De-facto online liquor purchase 2. Sending RQF + Tel. & Addr. 1. Browsing the “online catalog”
  9. 9. 2. Sending RQF + Tel. & Addr. 1. Browsing the “online catalog” 2. Sending RQF + Tel. & Addr. 3. Confirm Name and Age O De-facto online liquor purchase
  10. 10. 2. Sending RQF + Tel. & Addr. 1. Browsing the “online catalog” 2. Sending RQF + Tel. & Addr. 3. Confirm Name and Age 4. Pay on delivery to home 3. Confirm Name and Age O De-facto online liquor purchase
  11. 11. I think the selling of alcohol products in supermarkets is convenient enough, and there’s no need to allow online purchase. vTaiwan.twvTaiwan.tw
  12. 12. # Group 1 (20%) $ Group 2 (80%)( I’m afraid the cloud computing of the Internet cannot be controlled once the online purchase is allowed. I believe that verifying ID no. and date of birth when purchasing alcohol, and payment with credit card on delivery will do the job! If we have to pick up in the supermarket, there’ll be no difference between the existing mode of purchase. I hope that home delivery will be allowed.
  13. 13. It’s convenient to promptly buy the wine I like via the Internet. DUI shouldn’t be confused with online selling of alcohol. 98% 83% Sphinx Yang I think it's inappropriate to conflate alcoholism of some people with whether the Internet is a suitable place for selling alcohol products. Mini Chen R Shared Feelings 93% 93%
  14. 14. R Shared Expectations Sean WZ Lin 95% As long as we have good supervision, drinking and wine tasting are parts of the culture. Expanding culture on the Internet is a representation of knowledge and humanity. With the public information and prices of wines on the Internet, purchasers can compare various wines and share their views. Chih-wen Chang 92% As online transactions makes it easier to audit purchasers and product activities than physical channels, they are useful for stopping alcohol abuse. Also, to nip underage drinking in the bud, family support is essential.
  15. 15. I Verification Methods 45%Online Payment 77%Home Delivery 85%Physical Stores
  16. 16. I Online Payment Jim Sung Online payment with credit card can confirm the purchaser is at the age of 18. Home delivery should be signed by a person at the age of 18 who presents relevant documents on delivery to verify his age. Restriction of the location of goods pickup is at the expense of the convenience of online shopping. 94%
  17. 17. Wines are relatively heavy and need to be kept under temperature control, so home delivery matches the intention of online selling of alcohol products. Thomas Chang 100% II Home Delivery
  18. 18. III Physical Stores For online selling of alcohol products, only the one who signs for delivery should be controlled and monitored, just like with physical stores, we only check “who is buying”, not who is drinking. Hsueh Han Liu 90%

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