Strengthening user protection… “Strengthening internal investment for a safe trading environment” The second-hand trading platform Joonggo-Nara, to create a safe trading environment for second-hand goods between users, and to block drug transactions between individuals at the source, by the 30th of next month, Special monitoring of drug transactions between used countries announced on the 22nd that it will proceed.
By the middle of this month, Joongongnara checked the keywords for monitoring drug transactions between individuals on the platform and reorganized the monitoring organization. If a user registers for a drug transaction through special monitoring, the post will be deleted immediately based on the current Pharmaceutical Affairs Act and violations of the post will be notified.
The method of reporting user drug transactions within the platform will also be diversified. First, by using the one-to-one customer center in the cafe on the Joongongara platform and the reporting function in the app, illegal drug registrations and transactions are reported and immediately blocked. In regards to drug transactions received, the plan is to apply artificial intelligence machine learning technology and keyword-based monitoring system of Joong-Nara to limit the first attempt to register drugs on the platform.
The company said, “With special monitoring, we expect to be able to inform 24.7 million users of the illegality of drug trade between individuals and the improved trading environment in the country. We will do our best to eradicate transactions, such as carrying out Ali activities at the same time.”
Joonghong Hong, CEO of Joongong-nara, said, “Recently, transactions such as corona self-diagnosis kits, hair loss drugs, and health food were caught and special monitoring was decided. will be reviewed,” he said.