Nude Celebrity Photo Leak Sparks Controversy Over Who’s To Blame

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Nude Celebrity Photo Leak Sparks Controversy Over Who’s To Blame

After nude photos of more than 20 female celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, were leaked online this week, many people blamed Apple iCloud for security flaws and the hacker for breaching the stars’ privacy, while others criticized the women for taking nude photos of themselves in the first place. What do you think?

  • “This is what I said would happen when Newsweek printed ‘Here Comes The Internet’ in 1994.”

    Julie Laskos
    Pastry Chef
  • “I personally feel guilty for getting star-struck and overly agreeable when Jennifer Lawrence floated her weak password ideas by me.”

    Bo Wilson
    Shift Manager
  • “A good way to let bygones be bygones is to have Apple’s board of directors post some nudes of their own.”

    Joe Mittleman
    Systems Analyst