Is there anything to check both viewpoints?
Participant 1: Both people may agree to have sex initially, but once they've broken up, or, something happens in between them later on- if someone uses that point to make a complaint about the other person, is there any clarity? Like, the investigation will be going on, so is there anything to check both viewpoints? [...] Someone can take advantage of this if there is no one to listen to both viewpoints properly.
Participant 2: Yeah, if a person gives their consent and he [the accused] is getting blackmailed- and if a girl withdrew consent, he is actually afraid, because of social media blackmailing. How does this policy work in those cases?