Once upon a time, the biggest inhibitor to naked home photography was the risk that an alert teenager staffing the hour photo lab might make an extra copy blow himself.
By the time you summoned the blow to drop off the film cum shot sperm the nerve to return for selfie prints, you'd had a chance to think nude about sharing them.
So you might have tucked them into a Valentine and given them to your beloved, as planned.
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You might have torn them into tiny shreds and thrown them in the wastebasket instead. Or you might have stuffed them in a shoe box selfie the attic, where your own teenager would find them years later. But you didn't have to worry about waking up to find that some stranger had shared them with the whole world. That's what happened to actresses Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Jenny McCarthy and dozens of other Hollywood celebrities whose intimate portraits were splashed all over the Internet this week.
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These weren't "revenge porn" photos disseminated by bitter exes. They weren't unsolicited selfies accidentally nude to thousands of followers.
They were private photos stored in supposedly secure cloud accounts that were breached by hackers, who proudly posted them online. So far there's no official explanation for how they accomplished that. But the people who understand how these breaches occur have lots of theories. There's the "brute force" attack, which is basically a sustained and systematic effort to guess an account's password.