The Cyberspace Administration of China restricts children from watching live broadcasts after 10 p.m.

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The Cyberspace Administration of China and the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television issued the ” Opinions on Regulating Rewards for Online Live Broadcasting and Strengthening the Protection of Minors “, restricting children from watching live broadcasts after 10 p.m. Regulations and requirements: prohibit minors from participating in live broadcast rewards; strictly control minors to engage in anchors; optimize and upgrade the “teenage model”… Strengthen peak period management. Every day from 20:00 to 22:00 is the peak time for teenagers to surf the Internet, and it is also an important time to regulate webcasting. During the daily peak hours of the website platform, the number of “Lianmai PK” in the live broadcast room of a single account shall not exceed 2 times, and no “PK penalty” link shall be set up, and no technical implementation method shall be provided for “PK penalty” to avoid inducing and misleading minors. The website platform should forcibly go offline after 22:00 every day for various services under the “Youth Mode”, and shall not provide or disguise the way to open the regular mode, so as to ensure sufficient rest time for teenagers.

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