by Matt Walsh
I checked Drudge on Sunday night and saw the urgent headline screaming from the top of the page: “Hollywood Stars Exposed in Massive Nude Photo Leak.”
It’s not exactly the most weighty world news, so I didn’t click on the link or read anything about it. But the following morning I logged into Facebook and Twitter to find both sites overwhelmed by people frantically sharing or excitedly commenting on the stolen images of famous actresses, most notably Jennifer Lawrence.
It was at this point that I got up to speed on the story, and discovered that, apparently, some thief/creep/creepy thief hacked into the iCloud server, pilfered dozens of nude photos from various well known women, and distributed them online. And when I say “distributed them online,” I mean he put them on one message board, and let millions of other creeps spread the stolen property across the vast expanse of cyber space.
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