NSPCC welcomes changes as it says abusers are taking advantage of pandemic to target children online

Children on TikTok will face “groundbreaking” new restrictions in an attempt to prevent grooming on the platform, the video-sharing company has announced, with particularly strict new rules for users under 16.

On the platform, which has a lower age limit of 13 years old, those under 16 will no longer be able to receive comments from strangers, have their videos used for “duets”, or mark their posts as available to be downloaded.

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