ESPN employees busted on Ashley Madison
In 2015, the website Ashley Madison — which positions itself as a Social Networking site where married individuals can have extra-marital relationships — was hacked, with users personal information being released. As part of this data breach, it was discovered that 39 different individuals registered for this website using an email address with the domain ending in ESPN.com. But, when further analysis was done for accounts that were using a known IP address tied to ESPN, the number jumped up to 101 different employees from the Bristol offices, which included highly influential executives, vice-presidents, and producers. Ouch!