Casinos are exposed to technological threats from hackers who infiltrate the technological measures placed by the casino administration. These types of intruders invade the databases of casino’s security system and make off with key private data belonging to the patrons at the casino. Wrongful usage of this data can lead to theft and other crimes perpetrated by the information stolen from the casino database. Therefore, by maintaining a database on the personal information of the patrons, casinos also run the risk of being infiltrated and exposing this information to other parties. When casinos collect personal information without the consent of customers, it constitutes an unethical decision that could prove to be complicated legally if customers decide to sue for misuse of personal information (Bunn & Glynn, 2013).