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Nude photos of Oscar-winning Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence, as well as images of 99 other celebrities, have apparently been posted online by a user of the 4chan website. Unlike other supposed celebrity photos, which are often fake and deed to trick users into clicking on suspicious links, at least some of these pictures have been confirmed as being genuine. This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence. Winstead confirmed photos of her were real via social networking site Twitter, saying:.
To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves… Knowing those photos were deleted long ago, I can only imagine the creepy effort that went into this. Feeling for everyone who got hacked. Other celebs, denied the authenticity of the photos. Singer Victoria Justice told Twitter:. These so called nudes of me are FAKE people. Let me nip this in the bud right now.
Many of the leaked photos have been circulating on file-sharing and photo sites as well as across social networks. Twitter also acted quickly and responsibly by suspending s that posted nude photos of Lawrence. While the operators of such sites are taking risks with their civil liberties , the potential embarrassment and harm to the victims is very real.
If your phone is set to automatically backup everything to the cloud, your photos will not stay safely on your phone. And once you send a photo to that special someone, however much you trust them, you cannot be sure where it will end up. Watch directly from YouTube.
Click on the Captions icon for closed captions. Follow NakedSecurity on Twitter for the latest computer security news. Pretty sure once something [photos] is in the public domain you are free from being charged if you re-post it. To add: if this was untrue, then Perez Hilton would have been charged from posting them online earlier even though he removed them later. As far as I am aware, only the original copyright holder could put them in the public domain.
I disagree with the recommendations here. These are not photos the celebs posted publicly someone. People should have reasonable expectation that any intimate photos they take in private will stay that way. Blaming women for having their privacy violated is inappropriate. Neither Lee nor anyone else at Naked Security is blaming these women for having their privacy violated, they are the victims of a crime. Morally and legally they have been wronged.
Just like every piece of security advice given in the wake of an incident. It says that because that is the best advice we can come up with and our remit is to provide news, opinion, advice and research on matters or privacy and security. If you take our advice and then add your own words then of course you change the meaning.
I have to unfortunately disagree with you, even though your ideal is what is hoped for it is just not realistic. There are people out there everyday trying to hack celebrity cellphones… Its just the way it is, its not fair but its what is happening. It is currently the price of fame, especially for female celebrities. I agree completely their privacy has been violated but its not like this is the first cellphone hack, and I realize this has allegedly been done through iCloud… but photos were still taken on the cellphone.
One that is continued by every person who generates ad revenue by looking for the images. Being the victim of a crime does not — and should not — render you immune to criticism of your actions. They should have been encrypting their photos and encrypt the encrypting credentials, this is the safest way.
This can be done with a wide range of apps. WWPass even goes further than this. If I had photos, documents, etc. A USB with Bitlocker stored in my gun safe, maybe. But not anywhere that requires me to send the file over the Internet. Why do you need it? To show others I have more beautiful body than you have. Am I right? I think. The thing is we really have no idea what precautions they took or how the hacker acquired the photos.
If even one of them knows, which is again realistically the case, then they should have taken better precautions, or probably in most cases any precaution. What utter nonsense. There are two options. Quit being stupid. Yeah, even on film cameras. Is anyone else disturbed the the focus has been on people not taking the photos in the first place, and not on Apple for betraying their trust? I barely see any finger pointing at Apple.
They even assumed that it was the actresses fault for having an insecure password, rather than place any blame towards Apple. Just more evidence that the media is biased toward large brand name corporations. So the best advice is to not put things on the Internet, that you would not want others to see in the first place! XG Firewall. Intercept X. For Home Users. Free Security Tools. Free Trials. Product Demos. Have you listened to our podcast? Listen now. Hitman Pro Find and remove malware. Intercept X for Mobile Protect Android devices.
I also agree. Self-defence advice is not a criticism. I sincerely hope this never happens again to a celebrity, but we all know it will. They are in the Public Eye. There is one sure way of never getting your naked photos stolen. What do you think? Cancel reply Comment Name Website. Recommended re. Apr MayGenuine leaked pics
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Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna, 98 other celebs’ nude photos leaked online