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International Olympic Committee Won’t Police the Internet in Sochi

The 2012 Summer Olympics were widely referred to as the world’s “first social Games,” and for good reason. This led to much hype, but also much consternation, about the International Olympic Committee’s social media guidelines for athletes, fans and media alike. Yet that anxiety proved unfounded; no one was arrested, kicked out or otherwise impinged upon for running afoul of IOC rules We’ve already seen one mini-burst of hysteria in the run-up to next month’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, after it was reported that a Russian official said reporters using Vine and Instagram to share videos would be booted from the Games. But, like in 2012, preemptive freak-outs appear unfounded Read more…More about Olympics, Entertainment, Us, World, and Sports

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International Olympic Committee Won’t Police the Internet in Sochi

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