Given their higher level of internet use and lack of maturity, children’s privacy is far more vulnerable to being violated than adults
Since the Internet of Things (IoT) was proposed in 1999, scientists worldwide have been working to connect electronic devices to the internet to improve efficiency and management in an increasingly complicated world.
According to statistics from the Ministry of Civil Affairs, China has 500,000 “de facto orphans,” or children whose parents cannot fulfil their duties as guardians due to disability, disappearance, drug abuse or prison sentences.
Official statistics showed that about 10 billion metric tons of solid waste are produced annually in China, which already has a stockpile of 60-70 billion tons.
In December 2016, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment released China’s sixth-generation vehicle emission standards.
“While busy with these mass amounts of [Chinese language] exercises, we ignored that language is based on humans, from humans and for humans... This loss of humanity and soul has made Chinese language education like a walking corpse.”