Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m. I gather many internets were given away yesterday at 4chan. You might try there, some people might still have some. It would be a better idea to just not download them. Oh, who am I kidding, nobody cares about privacy while they're holding their dick in their hand. There are millions of photos of naked women out there that can be viewed wiithout violating anyone's privacy. So short of paying for the images from sites that only publish photos that they took themselves, you're probably still going to be violating someone's privacy.
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By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline. On the anniversary of the iCloud leak, in which nude photos of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence leaked online, security experts reveal the case remains unsolved. On August 31 last year, hundreds of explicit images of some of Hollywood's most famous stars were posted to several forums anonymously after hackers broke into Apple iCloud accounts. The investigation has since led the FBI to search several addresses and seize electronic equipment but the case remains open and no charges have yet been brought. Scroll down for video. The investigation has since led the FBI to search addresses and seize equipment but the case remains open. Apple strenuously denied its servers had been breached as part of the attack, with many security experts pointing to password strength as being the root of the problem. Instead, a piece of computer code that repeatedly guessed common passwords is said to have been used in the attack.