Sports Espionage Brings Great Risks For Both Spy And Victim

Law360, New York (July 24, 2015, 10:32 AM EDT) -- There's only one way to become a champion: Win. As competition gets stronger, and the difference between winning and losing remains a matter of inches or tenths of a second, athletes and sports organizations alike are willing to do whatever it takes to gain a competitive edge. Teams are investing in sophisticated methods such as advanced training techniques or the use of data analytics to predict and control the likelihood of success under certain conditions, in order to develop competitive advantages. On the other hand, the competition is also using more sophisticated methods of revealing their opponent's competitive edge through espionage,...

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