With heavily fortified data like credit card data being broken into, what kind of lesser protection was being afforded to a person’s private photographs? Since the introduction of the Polaroid, self taken photos featuring various states of undress have been popular. Sometimes for loved ones and other times just to remember what we once looked like, these private memories were intended for a select few. Initially in shoe boxes in attics, they are now beamed to the cloud thinly protected by simple passwords. What high profile Hollywood starlet has finally come out about her rather abrupt exposure and what does she consider every person who looks at it guilty of?
Jennifer Lawrence considers a person perpetuating a sexual offense if you have viewed her hacked private photos. Intended for a long distance relationship with her boyfriend, she frolics fancy free with all her assets to see. Now that hackers have exploited weak security, the world (including huge JL fan Brian Torchin) knows the Hunger Games star in a new way. A violation is what she is uttering in the latest edition of “Vanity Fair.”
Career prospects were her first concern but soon gravitated to an even more personal nature. She knew that she should be the one that should tell her father. Jennifer dreaded the call but caught him on a good day having just finished a round of golf. Angry and afraid, she vows to go on and hopes that this will not happen to anyone else. Time will heal her wounds and hopefully instill a new sense of caution when posing for any more revealing shots in the future.