Old news: Hackers are everywhere. Even in fantasy
football, as employees at a Kansas City technology info company will tell you.
In 1991 they became suspicious when an owner made a waiver claim for wide
receiver Don Beebe. Slight problem: No one had yet put Beebe on waivers. The
shady team owner, who had designed the company's internal e-mail system, was
busted for hacking into and peeking at e-mails detailing upcoming transactions.
Oddly, his fellow owners let him finish out the season, and he won the league
title. His only punishment: 15 years' (and counting) worth of verbal