Shou Zi Chew, TikTok’s CEO, and a Singaporean entrepreneur told reporters that his children do not use social networking platforms. Chew said that his two children, ages eight and six, were too young for the platform. Improvements to help kids control their time on TikTok, according to the social media platform.
According to the business, every account belonging to TikTok will limit screen time. Users under the age of 18 will soon be automatically put to a 60-minute daily screen limit. In the United States, if you are under the age of 13, you get a very limited version of TikTok.
Other nations are also following this new change worldwide. Chew also stated that it is a legal necessity for children under the age of 13 to have a separate app.
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He also stated that he would not loosen the restrictions so that children may use TikTok. The minimum age for a TikTok member is 13 years old, however, no age verification techniques are available when new users sign up.
Even after months of near silence, TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew is preparing for the professional struggle of his life. By meeting with members of Congress and state governors. Claiming that the enormously popular Chinese-owned app poses no national security risk.