Chinese Version of TikTok Limits Kids’ Usage to 40 Minutes a Day

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The Chinese version of TikTok, an app called Douyin, is reportedly introducing a “teenage mode” that will limit the amount of time children below the age of 14 are allowed to spend on the video app to 40 minutes a day.
CNN reports that the Chinese TikTok app, Douyin, is introducing a “teenage mode,” that will limit the time that users below the age of 14 can spend on the app to 40 minutes a day. The new rule will apply to all Douyin users under the age of 14 that have registered for the app using their real names, according to a recent statement from ByteDance, the Chinese parent company of TikTok.
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