Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Hollywood Celebrities' Photos GO WRONG

Rumor has it that some of famous celebrities' photos had been leaked. Their iClouds were hacked, and the hackers could take their photos easily. Apparently, some of them are true, and some others are just photoshopped, perfectly edited. Some had admitted that those photos belong to them, and some others had verified that those photos are totally fake. Sadly, 4 of those celebrities are actually my favorite celebrities... but they're still cool in their own ways, though.

First, we have Kate Upton. Who doesn't know about her perfect body and her flirty face? And now we (well, some people who have saved it) can see her nude body. And the 22 year old supermodel has admitted that it was her. Her legal representative said "This is obviously an outrageous violation of our client Kate Upton's privacy. We intend to pursue anyone disseminating or duplicating these illegally obtained images to the fullest extent possible.".




And then we have Jennifer Lawrence. Everybody's in love with her from her acting career on The Hunger Games movie. She's suddenly everyone's favorite. But her privacy is no longer private. She admitted that it was her, and her repesentative said "This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.". The Oscar Winner thinks that it was her privacy, and she will sue the hacker.




Next, we have Calum Hood. Bassist of 5 Seconds Of Summer, born on 1996, and an Australian. His video on Snapchat was spread through Vine, and he admitted that it was him. He was so cool he even tweeted "Least ya know what it looks like now" and he added "I'm still just a teenage kid learning from mistakes :)". A good way to face the gossips spreading all around the world, I guess?




Lastly, the singer Ariana Grande. We all are in love with her golden voice. And her photo was leaked but truth been told that it wasn't her. She admitted herself that it wasn't her. She tweeted "to every1 going on about my "nudes" & my "m&g prices" neither are real! my lil ass is a lot cuter than that lmao & tour details r comings soon". Well at least her privacy stays private, if there were any privacy.

Now, what should we blame? Technology? Or the people who took the pictures? Or the hackers? Or iCloud system, which seems not very safe now? Well I personally think that technology does nothing wrong. It even proves that technology is so modern it even could do things we never expected to happen, like leaking celebs' nude photos or something. And the people who took those photos, what were their purposes? Maybe they didn't think, they didn't know that the effects would be this big. Well, we never know.And now the scandal is one of FBI's case. Let's just hope that they'll find the hacker and find the best way to solve this problem. :-)





Clara Cynthia Devi
2013-022-053

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