Original title: online games to prevent addictions report platform online operation
News from our Newspaper (reporter & NBSP; Wang Lei) The National Press and Publication Administration launched a report platform to prevent minors from indulging in online games on September 30. The website of the reporting platform is https://jubao.chinaso.com/.
According to the report, the platform is specially accepted by the public on game companies to prevent addiction-related issues, including real-name authentication violations, violations of time and time, recharge and payment violations, the report clues verified, the relevant departments will be severely investigated and punished.
In order to respond to and implement a series of new policies on preventing minors from becoming addicted in China, the National Press and Publication Administration tested the "report platform for preventing game enterprises from becoming addicted to online games", which is now online in the form of "Report platform for preventing minors from becoming addicted to online games by the National Press and Publication Administration".
On the platform, members of the public can collect and report any non-compliance with the anti-addiction regulations of various games, in order to implement the specific provisions of the anti-addiction protection measures for minors.
According to the introduction, the platform has three main functions: 1. Report violations of anti-Addiction Measures for Minors through real-name authentication; 2. Report the violation of "Anti-Addiction Measures for Minors" by game companies that intentionally provide minors with extra playing time or improper period of time; 3. For minors without parental permission, unauthorized game recharge and payment behavior to report violations.
The main function of the platform is to collect information about the implementation of anti-addiction measures of game enterprises provided by the subject of reporting, and to further strictly manage and effectively prevent minors from indulging in online games. Since the National Press and Publication Administration issued a notice at the end of August on further Strict management and Prevention of Minors' addiction to online games, various game companies have responded positively to the government's measures by launching various health systems to prevent minors' addiction to online games.