China is proposing measures to curb phone usage among kids and teens.

he Cyberspace Administration of China wants a "minor mode" on devices/apps, limiting screen time.

Proposed time limits: children under 8 (40 min/day), 8-16 (1 hr/day), teens 16-18 (2 hrs/day).

No screen access under 18 between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. in minor mode.

All age groups get a reminder to rest after 30 minutes of use.

Mobile providers must create content promoting "core socialist values."

Parents can override time limits, and some services exempt from restrictions. Concerns about internet addiction, impact on myopia, and vision health.

China has a large internet user base (1.07 billion), with significant young users.

Potential challenges for tech companies to enforce regulations.Previous regulations on online gamers under 18, parental controls introduced by tech companies.

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