The consumer watchdog claims the website is still using 'pressure-selling' tactics.
Some posts will now be hidden from under 18s while "miraculous" remedy posts will be banned.
The Own It app watches what children type and offers advice about how to stay healthy online.
Campaigners say the technology is inaccurate, intrusive and infringes on an individual's right to privacy.
One owner, in Hampshire, says his device started to flicker 16 months after he had bought it.
The technology giant will provide body cameras to Metropolitan Police officers on firearms training.
The London airport will regularly scan passengers' faces at departure gates from 2022.
An AI art exhibition is facing criticism for using racist and sexist tags to classify its users.
Ofcom's report highlights how much work must be done to provide full fibre access to all by 2025.
Taiwan's mobile phone company moves away from its founders to appoint a former Orange executive.
Law enforcers fear they will be told to unfairly target some groups because of past prejudices.
More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.
Some MPs have called for UK police and companies to stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak plays a demo of the latest version of the World War II sniping simulator.
A new process to dye clothes using bacteria could bring environmental benefits.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past.
The use of cheats is a major problem in video games and it’s becoming increasingly lucrative as esports take off. We meet a teenage hacker’s making thousands.
The world's most popular Pokemon trainer, Ash Ketchum, achieves the goal he set for himself in 1997.
Technology is helping stamp collectors to share their passion and keep rogue operators at bay.
How social media became an information battleground for anti-government protesters and Algeria's rulers.
Shachar Bialick says his special forces background drives his success in business.
What can you do if you're being cyber-bullied? Hannah Adams, from Jesy Nelson's new doc, tells us.