Is it ethical or even legal to hack into someone’s private email and voicemail and post it on the Internet? Gawker says yes, at least when it’s Sarah Palin’s email in question. (It’s not obvious that the information is legit, but Gawker thinks it is.)
Then there’s the chutzpah: when the compromised account was taken down, Gawker accused them of destroying documents.
UPDATE: The AP protects the criminals.