Celebrity Pictures Yet Again Hacked
Miley Cyrus, US singer, Suki Waterhouse, model and Rosario Dawson, actress have become the most recent female celebrities to be victimized with a hacking disgrace that has leaked their photographs, in rather compromising postures, over the Net.
Although made to display her body onstage by wearing scanty outfits, Miley's photo leakages are indeed interference into her privacy. In March this year, Amanda Seyfried's photos were exposed on the Internet after which her lawyers wrote to the online site on which the private pictures were posted sternly asking it to remove them.
The leakage was of a number of extremely personal photographs depicting Amanda physically very close to her ex-boyfriend or posturing in the nude, the lawyers' written correspondence tells. Mirror.co.uk posted this, April 13, 2017.
Users of certain social media and outlets state that although everyone knows Cyrus to wear revealing dresses onstage, publishing tempting photographs on social-networking sites doesn't make the hack any less significant. If she publishes a bold photo on her A/Cs it doesn't mean that her privacy should get compromised. The singer hasn't as yet remarked about the latest leak.
However, Cyrus's legal defenders have threatened the website that led them to remove the photographs. The singer still requires announcing if she'll stand to fight the disgrace.
Emma Watson the female actress in Beauty and the Beast too had her personal photos stolen in 2017; however, her representatives told metro.co.uk on being contacted that the images that depicted Emma trying dresses had been stolen nevertheless said nude pictures hadn't been included during the leakage. The representatives also substantiated to AFP that a few of the pictures had credibility of legitimacy and they weren't naked pictures.
Seyfried and Watson's photos have been put up on the Web and named "The Fappening 2.0" after the iCloud hacking in the year 2014 that involved celebrity pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and Demi Moore, actresses in initiate shots, which got exposed online. Previously during 2017 itself, a lot of people were happy with Edward Majerczyk's imprisonment for 9 months because he was responsible for the iCloud photo exposure named "Celebgate" that victimized Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence.
» SPAMfighter News - 18-04-2017
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