This weeks links (2015-03-30)

In brief:

* Lawyers concerned data laws could affect client confidentiality (2015-Mar-31) [AM|ABC]
Some lawyers are arguing that the changes could transform the legal landscape by impinging on the ethical and professional obligations they have towards their clients.

* ‘Ignorance no excuse’ for Lachlan Keeffe and Josh Thomas: Nathan Buckley (2015-Mar-31) [The Age]

* Clenbuterol’s patchy doping past (2015-Mar-30) [The Western Australian / AAP]

* Important information about contaminated meat (2012-Mar-01) [ASADA]
Australian athletes competing or training in China, Mexico, and countries in the European Union (EU) should be aware of important information released by international anti-doping organisations regarding clenbuterol.


* The Week in Bike #62 – Plus Ça Change (2015-Mar-27) [Cyclocosm]

* How The Race Was Won – Gent-Wevelgem 2015 (2015-Mar-30) [Cyclocosm]

Some reading/listening:


Something from Bandcamp:

The Rap Guide To Medicine by Baba Brinkman

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