China Breaks Promises on Internet Censorship, International Olympic Committee Does Nothing
Journalists in China to cover the Olympics are unable to conduct the research necessary to do their jobs properly because China is blocking access to web sites that contain information about China's human-rights policies. This violates a promise that China made to give Olympic visitors open access to the Internet.
And, of course, the International Olympic Committee is doing nothing about China's broken promise, other than the IOC media boss saying he'll look into the matter. And really, what can the IOC do? The Olympics are coming to China. It's too late to do anything drastic. China made a promise, China broke the promise, and that's that.
Really, about the only thing any of us can do is read the Amnesty International report that the Chinese government wants to prevent people from seeing.