Originally Posted by phill1978
how many people do you think actually downloaded these torrents / files? Is it ever going to stop, surely they are out there now and that's going to take the numbers to 10's of millions. Also its the hacking that’s the bad bit isn’t the the actual downloading and viewing once released onto the net very similar to just accessing a news website with horrible war photos on.
also as Masked said, you do take a degree of personal responsibility for keeping your own accounts in check. If someone at work puts a sticky label on their monitor to remind them of their password its instant dismissal for example.
Furthermore these celebs have millions in their bank accounts so shouldn’t they be a bit more careful and have a much higher degree of caution here?
They are lucky it was not their bank accounts that got hacked to be honest, If I were them I would be changing EVERY password and pin number they have ASAP, who knows what else was taken other then the pictures, they could have had some VERY sensitive information stored on icloud all the while being protected by a less then stellar password and security question.
After the UK's hacking scandal I am surprised this even happened, I thought people might have learnt the first time around, nobody is really safe when you involve the internet with you daily lives.