Teens in China will only be able to use Douyin, the version of TikTok for that territory, for 40 minutes a day.
This application in the Asian country will implement its new "adolescent mode" to limit the amount of time of those under 14 years of age.
Bytedance, the company that owns TikTok, announced that the measure will apply to Douyin users who have registered with their real names.
The social platform will also regulate the hours of use.
Here we tell you the details.