Fidiots and their Nudie Pics

Out of boredom, I clicked a link to a news article (if we can really call things like this news) about the sentencing to ten years in prison of the guy who hacked Scarlett Johansson’s account, found nudie pics she’d taken to send to her husband, and then leaked to the world.  The article also mentions the hacking of other celebridiots’ phones and email accounts and the subsequent worldwide release of nudie pics and intimate emails and texts.

Now, I’m all for putting this guy behind bars.  The law is pretty straight-forward on hacking being a crime.  And he did invade privacy.  No argument there.  Christina Aguilera said “That feeling of security can never be given back, and there is no compensation that can restore the feeling one has from such a large invasion of privacy.”  So true.  It is difficult to regain that feeling of security once violated, much how couples find it difficult to trust a partner who cheats “just once.”

Aaaaand while I feel sorry for Johansson having her account hacked, her privacy invaded, I can’t sympathize with her statement: “I have been truly humiliated and embarrassed.”  I understand that she took the nudie pic to send to her husband, but…HELLO!…anyone that doesn’t live under a rock could have told her that if you take nude pics or make sex videos or send ‘sexts’, there’s a high probability that they are going to end up being viewed by unintended audiences.  It doesn’t have to be through hacking either.  That person you think you’re so happily in love with may not be the most trustworthy, especially if you break up.

So, in case any of you celebridiots or other fidiots are out there thinking of snapping pics of yourself naked or making a video because your girl- or boyfriend swears no one will ever see them, DON’T!  Or, if you do, don’t whine about being shocked or embarrassed when everybody knows about the secret tattoo you thought no one would see.

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