Many Hollywood celebrities have fallen victim to one of the biggest celebrity privacy breaches. The recent 4Chan nude photo scandal has shocked the Hollywood as some of the actresses and singers have been targeted by the anonymous Web hacker. If we take a look back at the history, A-listers cell phones and accounts have been hacked by web hackers. In , actress Ashley Green threatened to sue after nude pictures of her showed up online. Actress Vanessa Hudgens had apologised to fans in after a photo she took years earlier resurfaced. So this hacking and leaking private images of celebrities is nothing new.
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Google said Thursday it has removed "tens of thousands" of leaked photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and other stars in the wake of last month's scandal. Start Gallery. Lawyers representing some of the victims whose photos were stolen from hacked iCloud accounts and published online called out Google yesterday. Their attorneys accused Google of ignoring take down requests for, among others, the Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence nude photos on Google properties. It remains to be seen if this satisfies the celebrities; lawyers, who allege that Google must do this under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
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Nude photographs of Lawrence, who won an Academy Award last year for her role in "Silver Linings Playbook," were splashed on various sites Sunday. They appeared on 4chan, Reddit, Twitter and Tumblr, among others. Kate Upton's lawyer confirmed photos of the model-actress were among those leaked, calling it "an outrageous violation" of her privacy. Lawrence's publicist said "authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.
Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you. Majerczyk is accused of orchestrating a phishing scheme that illegally accessed more than email and other online accounts, including those belonging to actress Jennifer Lawrence. According to his plea deal, Majerczyk sent emails to his victims that appeared to have come from internet service providers seeking usernames and passwords. Majerczyk illegally accessed the accounts of those people who provided that information.