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"Smartphone 60 minutes a day" modified to "game only" Ordinance draft Kagawa

2020-01-20T12:49:18.550Z

The Kagawa Prefectural Assembly revised the draft of the ordinance restricting the use of smartphones and games as a measure against addiction, the committee decided, and the regular prefectural assembly next month…



"Smartphone 1 day 60 minutes" modified to "game only" Ordinance draft Kagawa Jan 20 21:43

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The Kagawa Prefectural Assembly will amend the draft of the ordinance restricting the use of smartphones and games as a measure against addiction, make a decision at the committee, and submit it to the regular prefectural assembly next month. Initially, children under the age of 18 can use less than 60 minutes a week on weekdays.

A committee of the Kagawa Prefectural Assembly was held privately and officially decided to make a partial amendment to the draft of the ordinance set forth this month.

According to the initial plan, children under the age of 18 will use smartphones and games etc. that lead to addiction for children under the age of 18 per day ▽ 60 minutes on weekdays,
▽ The holiday was set to be 90 minutes, but the amendment proposes to limit the time only to games.

In addition, in the original plan, parents were supposed to let children comply with the rules regarding the upper limit of game time per day and the use time at night, but in the revised proposal, We must try to adhere to the rules. "

After soliciting opinions from citizens of the prefecture from the 23rd of this month, the committee plans to submit the ordinance plan to the regular prefectural assembly next month.

`` Initially the proposal was not at all denial of the Internet or the game, but it was corrected because the expression could be misunderstood, '' said Ichiro Oyama, chairman of the Kagawa Prefectural Assembly, chairing the committee. .

Source: nhk

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