Toronto Police Investigating NHLPA Email Surveillance

The Toronto Star reports that local police are investigating complaints that executives at the NHL Players Association accessed and in some cases blocked the email accounts of players who have challenged the hiring of the union's executive director. For the past two weeks, police have been looking into whether the union's executive director and senior director of business ordered technical support staff at the union to access player email accounts hosted by the union, and whether such an action would be illegal.

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  1. This story really shocks me. I am not stunned by the fact that there are seedy undergoing but that this high profile situation would be one of them. They should start one uping them and having their messages encrypted so that the association would really have to make a bold move to block some users.