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Ethical Implications of Technology are an Olympic Concern

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Uploaded on Jul 14, 2008

In August, national teams from more than 200 nations, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, will gather in Beijing for the summer Olympics. The games promotes themselves as more than just a sporting event. The Olympic charter advocates ethics and fair play. How to ensure fair play has been the topic of much debate. There is unanimous opposition to the use of performance enhancing drugs mostly because they give athletes unfair advantage. VOA's Brian Padden reports the use of technology in training and competition is also being examined to see if it gives some athletes the winning edge.

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