Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, will limit the use of the platform for children to 40 minutes a day.

The guidelines will apply to clients under 14, who have been validated utilizing their genuine names, and who will actually want to get to it somewhere in the range of 06:00 and 22:00.

Parent organization Bytedance reported the application’s Youth Mode in a blog entry, saying it is the main short-video organization in the business to have these cutoff points.

It comes as China takes action against teens’ use of technology.

As indicated by Douyin’s client arrangement, there is no base age on the stage, yet under 18s should acquire the assent of a legitimate gatekeeper. On sister application TikTok the base age is 13.

New instructive substance – including science tests, gallery presentations and chronicled explainers – has been dispatched by Douyin as a feature of Youth Mode.


“Indeed, we are more severe with youngsters. We will work more diligently to give quality substance with the goal that youngsters can learn and see the world

Last month, under-18s in China were prohibited from playing computer games during the week, and their play was confined to only one hour on Fridays, ends of the week and occasions.

Furthermore, in February, Chinese kids were prohibited from bringing their cell phones into school.


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