The Whereabouts Rule: Implications on Privacy and Data Protection Rights

The Whereabouts Rule : Implications on Privacy and Data Protection Rights / Kelvin C. Omuojine. - 2009



Contents:


Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 The Zeal To Win

1.2 The Integrity Of Sport

1.3 The Commercial Angle

1.4 Striking A Balance

Chapter 2 Doping In Sports And The Emergence Of The Whereabouts Rule

2.1 What Is Doping?

2.2 Brief History Of Doping

2.3 WADA: The Need For More Effective Anti-Doping Strategy

2.4 The WADA Code

2.5 The Whereabouts Rule

Chapter 3 Implication On Privacy Rights

3.1 Privacy Right For Athletes/Sportspersons

3.2 Possible Areas Of Conflict

3.3 The Belgian Challenge

Chapter 4 Implication On Data Protection Rights

4.1 Sport Globalisation And Data Protection Regimes

4.2 Article 29 Working Party Opinion And Related Issues

Chapter 5 Other Issues

5.1 The Principle Of Proportionality

5.2 Strict Liability

5.3 The Missed Tests Ban

Chapter 6 Recommendations And Conclusion

6.1 Recommendations

6.2 Conclusion

Bibliography

Original document

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Omuojine, Kelvin C.
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Whereabouts
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