China has announced that it will ban online translation for those under 16 years old. This is the latest restriction announced by the Chinese government to try to control children's interaction with video games and the Internet.
This follows restrictions and other comments from the Chinese government and state media targeting games and other electronic services.
Tencent and NetEase subsequently lost a total of more than $60 billion in stock over the course of 24 hours. Tencent told Bloomberg it agreed with regulators. "We value the relevant regulator's guidelines and guidelines and will work hard to fully comply with all rules regarding youth gaming addiction and content regulation," the company said in a statement.
China bans children under 16 from live broadcasting
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