Olympians staying in the athletes' village still can't access some websites because of restrictions made by the Chinese government. Surprisingly though, they can buy something in the village bookstore that you might not expect.
I'll let Richard Spencer of the Telegraph explain ...
The blocking of politically sensitive sites, including those dealing with Tibet and Taiwan, remained in place today despite government assurances that censorship would be lifted during the Games.
The ban is in contrast to the more liberal attitude of the Games village bookshop, which sells erotic books featuring provocative pictures of naked women with titles such as "Drawing book for the Nude."
It's not as if there is a lot to choose from though ...
Readers can also choose between illustrated volumes of Chairman Mao's poetry, the memoirs of pioneers of hybrid rice development, or from a large collection of Agatha Christie novels.
I hope Michael Phelps and company packed a few books.