Olympic Athletes Face Concerns Over Internet Spying in China

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Experts are warning athletes participating in the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing to leave their cellphones at home over concerns about internet monitoring. Bloomberg’s Jamie Tarabay reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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