Hollywood Should Keep Its Clothes on in iCloud & In Movies A Whittle Bit of Commentary 9/2/14

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9/2/14

If there is one thing we should all know by now it’s that there really isn’t no such thing as privacy when it comes to the internet and devices that are connected to it. Over the weekend nearly a 100 Hollywood celebrities iCloud accounts got hacked and their iPhone photos, including many nude photos got uploaded all over social media and the internet. Of course, common sense would tell you that if you don’t snap a naked picture of yourself, then you don’t have to worry about it being uploaded onto the internet. Although, it’s wrong to hack into someone’s personal account and steal their information, I find it a little ironic that some of the celebrities that are mad their naked photos have been uploaded online are some of the same ones that are almost naked in movies and are rich because of it and they don’t seem to have a problem with those shots being viewed by people. Maybe from now on Hollywood will keep its clothes on both in public and in private. I’m Chad Whittle, fully clothed on today’s A Whittle Bit of Commentary

 

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Posted on September 1, 2014 .