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Reactions to the Celebrity Hacking Scandal 2014

The Most Thought-Provoking Responses to the Celebrity Hacking Scandal

The Internet was abuzz over the weekend when dozens of nude photos of female celebrities — from Jennifer Lawrence to Victoria Justice — were posted online. While some people responded to the huge breach in privacy with humor or accusations that the women involved should have never taken private pictures in the first place, there are quite a few celebrities who are speaking out against the public's fascination and continued sharing of the photos. Lena Dunham led the charge, urging her fans not to look at the stolen pictures. Meanwhile, Emma Watson, who was commended by some of her fans for not taking "naked selfies" and thus avoiding the scandal, reflected on the lack of empathy shown to the women who were targeted. Maybe this will make you think twice about googling those pictures, even if you thought you were just innocently feeding your curiosity. Keep reading for the most interesting celebrity reactions.

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