The Guardian warns that the rules governing the use of words in advertising associated with the Olympics are draconian.
"Under the 2006 London Olympic Games and Paralympics Games Act, normally innocuous words such as 'Game', 'Medals', 'Gold', '2012' and 'Summer' cannot be combined in any form of advertising around the Olympics, with anyone flouting the law facing a fine of up to £20,000."
How did it come to pass that words such as "game" and "summer" are forbidden?
Olympic Medals won during the Beijing 2008 Olympics
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