Players’ personal information exposed in U.S. Soccer’s lawsuit

This was reported in February, but I missed it. I know, I know, I’ve let you all down. Cope with it. Better late than never, though, because so much personal information gets exposed in court filings and not enough has been done to address the problem. While the information exposed in this case is not the most sensitive, it can still be problematic for those who want to keep their home address private.

The personal information of U.S. women’s national team players was temporarily exposed in U.S. Soccer‘s lawsuit against those players’ union this week.

The home addresses and personal email accounts of 28 national team players were made public among exhibits accompanying the lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in Chicago on Wednesday.

Read more on ESPN.

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  1. Jordana Ari - May 8, 2016

    It is okay.. you are allowed to miss one.. It is so hard to catch them all. Plus, you research a lot. You do very good work.

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