Feb 042016
 February 4, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Sam Borden and Andrew Das report:

U.S. Soccer’s decision on Wednesday to sue the union representing the world champion United States women’s national team came as a surprise to some of the players, many of whom were at that moment gathering in Texas for an Olympic qualifying tournament next week.

But the players’ discovery that U.S. Soccer’s court filing included detailed personal information about many of them — including the home addresses of more than two dozen players and the personal email accounts of some of the team’s most prominent players — brought a different reaction: outrage.

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