Apple just released the following statement regarding their involvement in the massive celebrity photo leak:
50 Cent‘s trolling challenge to undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather took a brutal twist after the rapper issued the boxing champ an “ALS/ESL challenge” on Instagram in exchange for a $750,000 charity donation.
What was the challenge? To read a page from a children’s book.. Mayweather is yet to respond.
Jimi Jamison, the lead singer Survivor, passed away Sunday night. He was 63.
Melissa, Joan’s only child, is nail biting at best, waiting and wondering how her mother will respond, but the expected prognosis is not good, and now she is weighing her legal options..
“The waking-up process has begun and will take until Tuesday,” a source close to the family told the Daily News. Continue reading
The damage is done after personal images of Oscar winning actress Jennifer Lawrence began being leaked online and now Lawrence’s publicist Liz Mahoney, who called the leak “a flagrant violation of privacy,” says Lawrence has asked authorities to prosecute whoever is posting the photos.
Mahoney declined to provide any further details.
The career of the (formerly) squeaky clean star of “The Hunger Games,” has already suffered irreparable damage, and she’s not alone as a slew of personal images of other female celebrities are also being widely circulated online. Continue reading
One of the most compelling factors involved in the massive celebrity photo leak, is the treasure trove source of said photos, iCloud.
Folks far and wide are now asking themselves, if Hollywood elite are not safe using the storage service, are the rest of us?
Hacking into cell phones or online email accounts to access personal photographs from celebrities is nothing new, but what makes this incident potentially more disturbing are the rumors that this cache of images is associated with a broader attack on iCloud and its PhotoStream feature. Continue reading