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Protecting athlete privacy: alleged concerns in Quebec

By Macdonald Allen | WeirFoulds LLP | AUGUST 17, 2015
The World Anti-Doping Agency (‘WADA') adopted the International Standard for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Information in May 2009 to address concerns about the treatment of sensitive athlete information. Today concerns over the adequacy of the protection of personal information legislation in Quebec have, according to reports, led to requests that WADA's headquarters be transferred from Quebec to Europe. To address such concerns Canada's federal government is seeking to extend the applicability of its federal data protection law to WADA as Macdonald Allen of WeirFoulds LLP explains.
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