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Volume: 15 Issue: 7
(July 2017)

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game-changing wearable devices collect athlete data raise data ownership issues technology becoming increasingly integral part sport from betting performance analysis

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Game-changing wearable devices that collect athlete data raise data ownership issues

Technology is becoming an increasingly integral part of sport. From betting to performance analysis, injury prevention and coaching, innovations in wearable technology have allowed a huge amount of new data to be gathered about athletes. This new ground is yet to be clearly regulated, however. Brian Socolow and Ieuan Jolly, of Loeb & Loeb LLP, study how sports bodies are utilising sports data and the data privacy risks that come with exploiting it.

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