According to press reports, front-office personnel of the St. Louis Cardinals used a guessed password to gain access to a private database of player information held by the Houston Astros. Over at ESPN, legal analyst Lester Munson makes the startling claim that this may not be a crime . . . . This is just wrong. … Read More
(via The Volokh Conspiracy)
For the technical angle, here’s this: http://www.techgraphs.com/an-unsophisticated-breach-is-still-bad-news-for-the-cardinals/.