In this day and age it seems like no digital information is safe — sex tapes leak and there's a nude photo scandal every month or so. In fact, naked-picture starlet scandals go back decades; Marilyn Monroe had her own in 1952. It could be easy to blame celebrities for taking the risk of snapping shots of themselves naked when they know there's a public demand to see them, but this hacker scandal is something different. If true, it means someone has invaded the personal computers or devices of these women. It's not a scorned lover passing around a sext you chose to send, but a targeted attack on these women's privacy.
Not surprisingly, Scarlett Johansson has reportedly gotten the FBI involved, believing this to be a criminal act. Whether or not the photos are real, do you think federal law enforcement should help keep famous women safe from this type of violation?