Ủy ban bảo vệ quyền trẻ em cần lên tiếng

china sẽ hạn chế giờ sử dụng điện thoại/máy tính bản của trẻ em xuống dưới 2 tiếng/ngày...

China’s internet watchdog (kiểm soát) has laid out regulations (luật lệ) to curb (hạn chế) the amount of time children spend on their smartphones, in the latest blow to firms such as Tencent and ByteDance, which run social media platforms (nền tảng mạng xã hội) and online games (game thủ).
The Cyberspace Administration of China on Wednesday published the draft guidelines on its site, stating that minors (trẻ vị thành niên) would not be allowed to use most internet services on mobile devices from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and that children between the ages of 16 and 18 would only be able to use the internet for two hours a day.

Children between the ages of 8 and 15 would be allowed only an hour a day, while those under 8 would only be allowed 40 minutes.

Only certain services, such as apps or platforms that are deemed suitable to the physical and mental development of minors, will be exempted (miễn). The CAC did not specify which internet services would be allowed exemptions.


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