Over the weekend a major data leak took place at the Entertainment Software Association. Personal information of over 2000 video game journalists, editors, YouTuber, streamers, and other content creators was posted online. The official E3 website published a spreadsheet containing the contact information and personal addresses of everyone. The information is shared with the ESA when a journalist signs up for E3. While it is a horrible situation that takes place, it is astonishing it took so long for something to like this to happen. What makes matters worse is that this can happen any time, again. At any big gaming event attending journalists share their information with the organizers. That information doesn’t stay with the organizers and is shared with all exhibitors at the event. ESA is just one point of the leak but there are countless others that could leak journalist info. Events like Gamescom, PAX, E3, PlayStation…