Privacy Advisor

With privacy law developing, security concerns take precedence at FIFA World Cup

07.08.2010
Long before the 2010 FIFA World Cup had all eyes focused on South Africa to see which team would win the coveted top honor, an immense amount of work went on behind the scenes to address the public safety issues that come with any gathering of this size and scope. According to the World Cup 2010 South Africa Web site, for example, various plans were put in place in advance of the event for security purposes, including using satellite monitoring.

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