The International Olympic Committee
this weekend faced mounting questions over Internet censorship, days before the Beijing Games
, despite earlier pledges that its use would be unfettered. While China has allowed access to some websites that were blocked earlier in the week, many sites still remain inaccessible to reporters covering the Beijing Olympics that start on Aug. 8. On Friday, the IOC had said the issue had been resolved, Reuters
"We would like to see the greatest degree of openness," IOC communications director Giselle Davies told reporters. "There has been no change in the IOC's position. The IOC would like to see open access," she said in response to several questions regarding the IOC's...