Chinese gay dating application Blued a week ago the record of the new user stays after minors' reports after hiring HIV.
The financial magazine Caixin, citing academic research, said the young people had a great deal of involvement. Some teens played it straight.
Several teenage gay people had an unprotected sex and hired HIV, AIDS-causing virus.
In response, Blued launched a "comprehensive overview on content" and minors, minors and minors text, photographs, and minors were placed in the group.
"Blued always forbids young people to sign in and use the app," he said in a confirmation account in Weibo.
The company added that artificial intelligence could be pornographically harmful last year and helped them improve AIDS prevention work.
Blued was launched in 2010 and has registered 40 million users today. Profiles verified among its functions, live broadcasts, timeline and group interviews.
Grindr, a popular gay dating application based in Los Angeles, is also owned by a Chinese company as a whole.