China blocks video

China’s leading short-form video platforms will have launch parental controls by the end of next month. The anti-addiction move follows a period of testing conducted by the Cyberspace Administration of China on popular apps such as Bytedance’s Douyin (TikTok outside China) and Tencent’s Kuaishou. 

The controls will enable parents to deploy a youth mode that restricts minors to just 40 minutes of daily activity. The system also disables gift-giving features and outs a bar on account top-ups.

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