Phoenix Network Science and Technology News October 8 news, today, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in its official public number "Voice of the Cultural Travel" issued a message that will be deployed to strengthen law enforcement supervision, effectively prevent minors addicted to online games. According to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism,We will seriously investigate and punish illegal and illegal business practices, and require local comprehensive law enforcement agencies of cultural markets to work with industry management departments to strengthen law enforcement supervision in related cultural market areas such as networks and amusement casinos.
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In order to resolutely prevent minors from be addicted to online games and safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of minors, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism recently issued a circular to deploy comprehensive law enforcement agencies in various cultural markets to further strengthen the supervision of online game market law enforcement, and seriously investigate and punish illegal and illegal business practices.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism requires comprehensive law enforcement agencies of cultural markets in various regions to work with industry management departments, focusing on the implementation of measures to prevent minors from becoming addicted to online games, such as time limits, real-name registration and login, and increasing the frequency and intensity of law enforcement inspections of online game enterprises in their jurisdiction;
Recently, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism has stepped up its network monitoring and inspection efforts, and has overseen a number of typical cases. In order to raise the legal awareness of online game enterprises and the public, and better safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of minors, select 5 typical cases in some key areas to be published, including law enforcement cases that provide online game services for minors outside the time limit, do not require minors to use real identity information when registering and logging into online games, and set up private services to operate online games. Online game enterprises should implement the main responsibility and strictly abide by the relevant provisions to prevent minors from be addicted to online games. The public found that online games have not implemented anti-addiction measures for minors, through the reporting platform to the relevant departments to report.
5 typical cases investigated in some key areas