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DAMAGING DATA BREACH COULD RESULT IN ATHLETES TAKING THE LEGAL ROUTE

LEADING LAWYER ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW MATTHEW PRYKE SAYS ATHLETES COULD CLAIM DAMAGES AS WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY PRIVACY PROTECTION STANDARDS HAVE NOT BEEN MET

IN JANUARY 2015 WADA introduced an updated version of the International Standard for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information – the 'Standard' – to establish rules which would govern the minimum level of protection provided by anti-doping organisations. This Standard obliges anti-doping organisations to ensure “appropriate, sufficient and effective privacy protections” are implemented regardless of the level of protection offered by countryspecific laws which must also be adhere to in addition ... Initial reports suggest this standard has not been met.

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EVENTS 16 CROSS COUNTRY GUIDE Six pages of fixtures for this winter ACTION 6 RIO PARALYMPICS Part two of our coverage from Brazil with more medals for GB 40 BRITISH MASTERS Steve Peters, Pat Logan and Arthur Thomson are among the winners PERFORMANCE 32 Sports science news 34 Coach Insight – James Thie 36 Developing lower limbs stiffness 38 Products – compression garments NEWS 26 Libby Clegg on Rio double 28 Hackers target Olympic champs 28 Tirunesh Dibaba to race in Britain PREVIEWS 55 Preview of the Great Bristol Half-marathon, plus TV guide RESULTS & FIXTURES 46 Results round-up 57 What’s On – events coming up REGULARS 22 Young Athlete 24 Your Say 61 Quiz – test your athletics knowledge 62 Dip Finish