China is expanding online gaming limits to include livestreaming and social media

A new South China Morning Post report says China is expanding its restrictions on online gaming for minors to include livestreaming, audio and video, and social media services. The new regulations, currently open to feedback from the public, calls on all online service providers to create a “youth mode” with limits on allowed usage time, content, and how much they’re allowed to spend on online purchases.

The draft document (Google translated) says the number of underage internet users in China has reached 183 million, and the “internet penetration rate” for minors is 94.9%, well above the overall rate of 70.4%. It’s a powerful educational tool but also opens the door to “illegal and bad information,” which minors are generally not well equipped to properly handle. 

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