The policy, released by TickTalk, states that significant changes have been made to the policy for users 18 years of age or younger.
Under the new changes, accounts for children 18 and under will now be made private instead of public, while video downloads for children under 15 will be eliminated.
According to TuckTalk, children 15 years of age and younger will no longer be able to use the Do It feature, while children between the ages of 16 and 18 will be able to use the feature.
The company said that in order to use this feature, they have to go to their menus and settings and make changes.
The company has stated that the age will be determined on the date of birth entered at the time of account creation. The banned accounts will be notified by notification.
TuckTuck explained that it has made changes to the policy as a precautionary measure so that children can stay securely attached to the platform and parents’ concerns can be allayed.