If this were a just world, no one would have to worry about inhumane perverts stealing and publishing private photos. Unfortunately, that is not the reality in which we live. Approximately one out of every 25 Americans has either had nude photos of them posted online without consent or received threats to that effect.
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Photos by Georges Biard and David Shankbone. Now we have Fappening 2. First, in mid-March, the victims were Amanda Seyfried, and long-term target of sexually-frustrated Potterite trolling, Emma Watson. These new images might have been excavated from the original hacker's collection, they might have been stolen by a completely different person, or be the result of a collective working together. The FBI traced the hack to a number of sources, before eventually charging Ryan Collins, who was sentenced to 18 months in prison for phishing schemes run between and This fallout did little to deter an army of fap-hunters. Fappening-themed blogs and forum threads have persisted over the last few years, and the new hack takes up where the previous one left off: Users are sharing the images just as before, assessing them for their legitimacy, and teasing the next "promised" wave of photos. To me, it seems this signals a move away from the pornography of content—i.
On August 31, , a collection of almost private pictures of various celebrities, mostly women, and with many containing nudity , were posted on the imageboard 4chan , and later disseminated by other users on websites and social networks such as Imgur and Reddit. The images were initially believed to have been obtained via a breach of Apple 's cloud services suite iCloud ,    or a security issue in the iCloud API which allowed them to make unlimited attempts at guessing victims' passwords. The event, which media outlets and internet users referred to under names such as the "fappening" a portmanteau of "fap"—a slang term for masturbation —and "the happening" and "Celebgate", was met with a varied reaction from the media and fellow celebrities. Critics felt that the distribution of the images was a major invasion of privacy for their subjects, while some of the allegedly depicted subjects questioned their authenticity. The leak also prompted increased concern from analysts surrounding the privacy and security of cloud computing services such as iCloud—with a particular emphasis on their use to store sensitive, private information. The images were obtained via the online storage offered by Apple 's iCloud platform for automatically backing up photos from iOS devices, such as iPhones. There are claims that unreleased photos and videos exist.
It's the anniversary of the infamous iCloud sex hack, but cops are no closer to nailing the culprit. Today is the first anniversary of the huge naked celebrity picture leak known as The Fappening , but cops have still not managed to arrest the pervy perpetrator. On this day last year, hundreds of graphic sexual pictures of stars including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton were leaked online , prompting condemnation and curiosity in equal measure. While millions of men rushed to get a glimpse of the astonishing pictures, lawyers acting for the stars launched a frantic bid to wipe them off the internet, with Lawrence describing the hack as a "sex crime". Now it is very difficult to find The Fappening photos, which can only be found on dark web forums or in the internet's most shadowy corners. American police have searched addresses in a bid to find the criminal, but have so far failed to press charges. To get at the pictures, hackers targeted an estimated people's iCloud accounts using a technique called brute force hacking, which involves using a program to essentially guess victims' passwords. So can off-duty celebs safely snap images of their divine, unclothed bodies, or is every naughty nude still ripe for the hacking? Jonathan Sander, an internet security expert, said Apple's iCloud security was rock solid - but humans were not. The password that a human must use will almost always be the weakest link.