Attorney General was Asked to Check TikTok Houses
OREANDA-NEWS. The first deputy chairman of the Public Chamber of the Leningrad Region, Vladimir Petrov, turned to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov with a request to check the so-called TikTok houses in Russia for compliance with the legislation and other norms of living and working in them for children and adolescent bloggers.
"I ask you to organize and conduct an all-Russian check of all the so-called" TikTok houses "on the territory of our country for compliance with the legislation and other norms of living and working in them for children and adolescent bloggers," says the letter of the public activist to Krasnov, which is in at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
In his address, Petrov pointed out that dozens of underage bloggers live in TikTok houses under the supervision of shadow producers with all sorts of violations of labor laws and sanitary standards.
The public figure emphasized: "Young people, teenagers and even children are forced to constantly produce video content and bring the organizers of TikTok houses a huge profit from the sale of advertising. Bloggers become hostages of their own popularity and advertising contracts - they do not have time to study, play sports and intellectual development. It can be argued that they are victims of the exploitation of child labor. "