The Olympic organization has set yet another regulation on the 2012 London games. Attendees will not be allowed to set up personal Wi-Fi or 3G hotspots for Internet use. It may seem strict, but many question the ability for the International Olympic Committee to monitor such a policy. Since mobile phones are not banned, tethering could be a very real possibility. This comes on the heels of several other restrictions put into place during the games, including a ban on broadcasting or publishing Olympic video, sound or images on social networks or the “general Internet.” Read the full story at Mashable.
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