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  2. Hacker who leaked explicit celebrity photos from iCloud pleads guilty. 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 ...

  3. Gendered privacy and the celebrity nude photo leaks. Alice E. Marwick. Ethics and Information Technology. 2017. Corpus ID: 6571555. In 2014, a large archive of hacked nude photos of female celebrities was released on 4chan and organized and discussed primarily…. 2016.

  4. Mystery Surrounds “iCloud Hack” as Naked Celebrity Photos Leak. You would have had to have been sleeping under a rock for the last day or two not to have seen the headlines about female celebrities whose naked selfie photographs have somehow slipped out onto the internet. Most attention has been given to the candid photographs of Oscar ...

  5. Mass iCloud hack: Deluge of celebrity selfies leaked online. Hackers have leaked nude photos from a number of high profile celebrities, sparking fears over the security of Apple’s iCloud system. The images first appeared on online bulletin board 4chan before going viral, according to US media reports. More than 60 photographs of Lawrence were ...

  6. Word of the images began spreading early Sunday, amid reports that the photos had been obtained by allegedly hacking iCloud accounts, Mashable and other media reported. Among the celebrities whose pictures allegedly were stolen and posted online were Avril Lavigne, Amber Heard, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Pannettiere and Hope Solo, according to ...

  7. According to actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead who was a victim of the hack, she claims that the photos that were leaked were taken a very long time ago and had long been deleted, suggesting that the photos stolen were from a backup service, such as iCloud or somewhere else. It is also unclear as to how widespread the hack is. Was the hacker only ...