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(AsiaOne)   Mixed results reported during Golden Week for Chinese crackdown on kid video gaming. Student reveals, "Most kids have access to adult accounts.... People have secretly registered adult accounts by stealing and using their parents' national IDs"   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Video game, video games, various game age limit checks, China's National Day, implementation of government, short videos, South China Morning Post, latest quarterly report  
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2021-10-08 7:20:28 AM  
News story 2 months from now:  "China cracks down on slacking adults spending excessive amounts of time playing games.  State censors have tracked scofflaws by matching the time they show being online with being at work or other engagements, as well as those who appear to be awake an inordinate number of hours in a row."
2021-10-08 8:20:10 PM  
Wow, Asian kids are just like ... kids
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