Taiwan makes it ILLEGAL for parents to let children under two use electronic gadgets… and under-18s must limit use to ‘reasonable’ lengths
- Children under two banned from using electronic devices in Taiwan
- Parents who allow children to use iPads and smartphones face fines
- Under-18s are only allowed devices for a ‘reasonable length of time’
Taiwan has banned children under the age of two from using electronic devices such as iPads, televisions and smartphones.
Parents who allow their young children to play with their gadgets face fines of up to £1,000, in line with a law passed last week.
The new law also states that parents must ensure that under-18s only use electronic products for a ‘reasonable’ length of time.