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China: Children Given Daily Time Limit On Douyin – Its Version Of TikTok

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Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, will limit use of the platform for children to 40 minutes a day. Between 06:00 and 22:00, rules will apply to users under 14, who have been authenticated using their real names, and who will be able to access it.

Parent company Bytedance announced the app’s Youth Mode in a blog post, stating it is the first short-video company in the industry to have these limits. It comes as China cracks down on teenager’s use of technology.

According to Douyin’s user agreement there is no minimum age on the platform but under 18s must obtain the consent of a legal guardian. On sister app TikTok the minimum age is 13. New educational content – including science experiments, museum exhibitions and historical explainers – has been launched by Douyin as part of Youth Mode.

It comes as China cracks down on teenagers’ use of technology.

According to Douyin’s user agreement there is no minimum age on the platform, but under 18s must obtain the consent of a legal guardian. On sister app TikTok the minimum age is 13.

New educational content – including science experiments, museum exhibitions and historical explainers – has been launched by Douyin as part of Youth Mode.

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