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ATIENZA MACIAS, Elena. Doping Prevention, Repression and Control Versus the Right to Privacy of the Sportsperson in the Spanish Legal System. Revista de Derecho de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso [online]. 2013, n.40, pp.323-351. ISSN 0718-6851.

Doping is addressed from two different scopes: on one hand, the legal regulations for prevention and repression are studied; on the other hand, the clash between the anti-doping control mechanism and a fundamental right such as the sportsperson’s privacy is noted. The Organic Act No. 7/2006 on Protection of Health and Fight against Doping in Sports rules on this matter in Spain. Well now, the problem arises when the anti-doping legislation worldwide and in Spain, which enables some healthcare professionals and other people involved, to carry out several anti-doping operations that may conflict with the sportsperson’s fundamental right to privacy. For this reason, it is pertinent to raise the issue if one of these operations, such as the duty of permanent localization, is sufficiently justified in terms of protecting the sportsperson’s health.

Palabras clave : Doping; Health Protection; Anti-doping Control; Permanent Localization; Right to Privacy; Information protection.

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