Some people just don't have a clue. See if you get the title reference from the blurb below.
Minnesota e-commerce company Digital River is suing a New York man after a database of nearly 200,000 of its customers' sensitive information made its way into his hands. Eric Porat allegedly tried to sell the information to a Colorado direct marketing company for US $500,000. The company refused the offer, and when he persisted, the company contacted authorities. Porat claims to have obtained the information from India, but declined to provide details. Digital River's legal team believes that Porat "hacked the hacker."