Capitol Report (Feb. 2): FBI Warns Athletes Not to Bring Phones to Beijing

By Steve Lance
Steve Lance
Steve Lance
Steve Lance is the host of Capitol Report, a political news show based in Washington aimed at providing a direct channel to the voices and people who shape policy in America. Capitol Report features all of the political news of the day with expert interviews and analysis.
February 2, 2022 Updated: February 3, 2022

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The FBI issued a warning to U.S. Olympic athletes, urging them to leave their personal phones at home while in Beijing for the Olympic Games. The FBI says their phones are vulnerable to malicious cyber attacks.

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Steve Lance
Steve Lance is the host of Capitol Report, a political news show based in Washington aimed at providing a direct channel to the voices and people who shape policy in America. Capitol Report features all of the political news of the day with expert interviews and analysis.