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Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

Ahead of next month's Winter Olympics in Beijing, there are concerns China could use a mandatory Olympics smartphone app to spy on visiting athletes and officials. The Chinese government and the International Olympic Committee deny the app is flawed. But many nations say they are still worried. Melinda Nucifora reports.

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