The hacked nude photographs leaked online of actresses including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton have been traded on the Internet for at least a week and could be just the tip of the iceberg of stolen celebrity pictures. Exchanged on the deep web black market and deviant message boards specializing in stolen 'revenge porn' photography, the compromising pictures have been used as a currency of sorts among perverted members of these forums. Indeed, in the aftermath of Sunday's mass dumping of naked pictures, these boards have descended into anarchy and infighting, with a civil war erupting between those who leaked the pictures and those furious their sordid, secret game has been thrown into the public eye. Worringly for the general public is how simple the posters make their privacy theft seem - and raises the frightening prospect that Apple's iCloud used by millions is not safe for anyone to store sensitive information on.
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As soon as the studio was finished, I came up with concepts for the pregnancy shoot so our daughter would have them for her memories. It was a long day and she beamed the whole time. What a great memory for us, as well. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Courtney showed off her bare baby bump in a variety of looks for the shoot, including topless in jeans, draped in various fabrics and going completely nude.
Leaked nude celebrity photos had been on internet black market for a WEEK
In February, the Justice Department opened its own internal review into the matter. Eric Holland, the deputy assistant secretary of labor for public affairs, said Acosta had no comment. Accusations of sexual predation have dogged Epstein for decades. Until his arrest Saturday, his case had been held up as a prime example of how insulated, powerful men can escape accountability.
This past spring, Playboy photographers sent ads and casting calls to the universities of the Big 12 in order to find women who embody the college look, Stefan Prelog, public relations executive for Playboy, said. They would then see which girls they liked and wanted to use for the pictorial. Prelog said the photographers tried to choose women that are photogenic, and they also tried to find a variety of women, that is not just all blondes or brunettes. The two women who represent K-State are Delaine Barnes, graduate of K-State in animal science and current nursing school student, and Courtney Storm, senior in animal science and industry. Storm said she auditioned for the shoot because she has always wanted to pose for Playboy.