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  1. Mar 16, 2016 · Ryan Collins has pleaded guilty to unauthorized access to a computer in a trial where he has been charged with hacking (via Engadget) more than 50 iCloud and 70 Gmail accounts. Collins admitted to gaining access between November 2012 and September 2014 to search through accounts for explicit material. Affected celebrities included the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.

  2. iCloud leaks of celebrity photos On August 31, 2014, a collection of almost 500 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 .

  3. Sep 1, 2014 · Hackers Leak Explicit Photos of More Than 100 Celebrities By Dan Kedmey September 1, 2014 10:42 AM EDT J ennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez and Kirsten Dunst were among an estimated 100...

  4. Jan 28, 2023 · Due to personal iCloud hacking, more than 40,000 photos were leaked, including 119. Zhang are all nude photos of the actor. The modus operandi is actually very simple. It is similar to a phishing website that sends information to the victim's mobile phone in an official tone to obtain the account password.

  5. Mar 22, 2017 · Private photographs of supermodel Kate Moss got leaked online after a hacker reportedly broke into her sister Lottie Moss's Facebook account. According to reports, the leaked images include "some taken at Kate's wild birthday celebrations earlier this year, showing her sprawled on the floor with pals and looking extremely worse for wear".

  6. Dec 3, 2019 · On August 31, 2014, pics of Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence were leaked online at after TMZ reportedly offered six figures to own the image. The actress's publicist is calling it a flagrant violation of privacy resulting from a hack of Lawrence's cell phone. The selfies were part of a major cloud breach impacting dozens of celebrities.

  7. Shortly after the photos were leaked, several affected celebrities issued statements either confirming or denying the photos' authenticity. Celebrities who confirmed the photos' authenticity include Jennifer Lawrence (confirmed by her publicist), Kate Upton and her husband Justin Verlander (confirmed by Upton's lawyer), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (confirmed via Twitter), Jessica Brown Findlay (confirmed by spokesman), Kaley Cuoco (confirmed via Instagram), and Kirsten Dunst, who also criticized ...

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