TikTok restricts people under 14 years old in China

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China Takes Steps To Combat Internet Addiction A time limit has been imposed on the use of Douyin, the Chinese version of the TikTok video app.

Children under 14 years old can spend 40 minutes daily at Douyin.

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According to the new decision made in China, a time limit has been imposed on Douyin to implement the Chinese version of the TikTok video app.

Children under the age of 14 will be able to spend only 40 minutes in it, as the application will be available between 6.00 and 22.00.

The world’s first TikTok faculty has also opened, and the rules will apply to users whose real name has been verified.

For this reason, ByteDance, the company that owns Douyin, has asked parents to help their children complete the real-name authentication process.

Also in China, a time limit for online games was put in place some time ago.