La Liga's recent use of its mobile app as a tool for spying offers another interesting chapter in the piracy versus privacy debate.
The basic legal and moral right to the free practice, observance, and teaching of one's religious beliefs is often conflated with the privilege to hold others accountable to one's own particular religious convictions and creeds. How should we distinguish the two?
Team USA's recent win in the Women's World Cup raised questions of sportsmanship. When does competitive play become unsportsmanlike conduct? What are the rules of sports etiquette derived from?
Maybe golf is the most emblematic sport of the 21st century -- but that isn't necessarily a good thing.
The recent case of Caster Semenya has brought to the fore questions about fairness and inclusivity in women’s sport. Is testosterone testing defensible?
The Australian cartoon depicting Serena Williams at the US Open Tennis Tournament has stirred up a world of vitriol - both for and against "political correctness."
When Trevor Noah called France's World Cup win an African victory, he incited a response from the French Ambassador. Ultimately, the debate leads to important questions of hyphenated identities and colorblindness.
The Supreme Court recently paved the way for legalization of sports betting. What will the implications be?
The NFL's response to the #TakeAKnee demonstrations has revived the debate over patriotism and protest.
Though some advocates may shy away from testosterone testing in sports, there could be some compelling reasons for doing so.