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Kids and Teens in China Banned From Playing Online Video Games for More Than 3 Hours Per Week

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https://www.macrumors.com/2021/08/30/china-kids-online-video-game-ban/

China is implementing a new online gaming restriction that will affect children and teenagers who are under 18 years old, reports CNBC. Kids will only be able to play online games for an hour a day (8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) on weekends and legal holidays. Weekday gaming is prohibited.

OH NOES!!

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I can relate to the limit for kids.  Children need to get out and play.  Learn to hunt, fish, do woodworking, swim, play ball, etc..

But this should be a parental decision.  But we are talking about China. 🙂  This type of thing is common there.  What is the penalty for not following the new law ?  Cut your fingers off !!!  

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This only affects online game right? Any Single player offline game doesn't seem to be affected. Also ofc the get around is to use your parent's accounts. There doesnt seem to be a way to check who exactly is on the computer.

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6 hours ago, Purfy said:

This only affects online game right? Any Single player offline game doesn't seem to be affected. Also ofc the get around is to use your parent's accounts. There doesnt seem to be a way to check who exactly is on the computer.

Oh the Chinese Government knows everything you do !!  You cant even shit with them not knowing.

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