Nude photos of Oscar-winning Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence, as well as images of 99 other celebrities, have apparently been posted online by a user of the 4chan website. Unlike other supposed celebrity photos, which are often fake and designed to trick users into clicking on suspicious links, at least some of these pictures have been confirmed as being genuine. This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence. Winstead confirmed photos of her were real via social networking site Twitter, saying:. To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves… Knowing those photos were deleted long ago, I can only imagine the creepy effort that went into this. Feeling for everyone who got hacked. Other celebs, denied the authenticity of the photos.
High Court justice Philippa Whipple also said Pippa's fiance would be protected against the publication of the 3, pictures offer for sale to I, which are said to include naked photos of James Matthews. Pippa's barrister Adam Wolanski said there had been a genuine attack on the royal relation. He explained it had been a "flagrant" and "criminal" act, causing Middleton extreme upset. Police are still investigating who may have broken into her account and for what reasons. Wolanski said the legal team has so far failed to identify any defendants responsible for the attack. Meanwhile, the man arrested earlier this week was named as unemployed website designer Nathan Wyatt, although he has now been released on bail. It is alleged that the person responsible tried to sell the photos to The Sun newspaper via WhatsApp. The man was arrested under the Computer Misuse Act in Northamptonshire and has been taken into custody at a police station in South London. Police said his WhatsApp name was Crafty Cockney. The year old man's identity hasn't been released and it's not known if he has any involvement with the Royal Family.
Jennifer Lawrence. Fusion reports that Ryan Collins, 36, from Pennsylvania will plead guilty to a felony violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as to one count of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information. The government says Collins used "phishing" emails to retrieve passwords to celebrity iCloud and Gmail accounts, sending emails pretending to be from Apple asking celebrities to reset their password.
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.