Saturday, September 6, 2014

The NAKED truth about internet privacy.

Privacy concerns in the (NUDE) internet age are making the (TOPLESS) news rounds again as Jennifer Lawrence (NUDE) and Kate (NAKED) Upton fell victim to a hacker who posted private (LEAKED NUDE) images online. Computers sit on our tables and smart phones rest in our (HACKED NAKED PHOTOS) pockets seemingly alone and isolated, but they are really bright islands (NUDES POSTED ONLINE) on a vast ocean that sometimes attract pirates. Our (STOLEN PHOTOS) devices are anchored to the Web via pathways moving in BOTH directions. Perhaps this latest (FEMALE CELEBRITIES EXPOSED) breech will teach us that privacy is not private when data is involved so we must treat (NAKED PHOTOGRAPHS) it as such, but likely not. We still haven’t got it into our (NUDE PICS) head that computers separated by continents functionally share the exact same space. There is no here or there in cyberspace. I think that is the lesson here, but I can’t help think the media (NUDE PHOTOS LEAKED ONLINE) headlines are trying to get me to think (NUDE) and search (NUDE) about something else.

All (WORDS) used were lifted from REAL HEADLINES on multiple NEWS sites. UNFORTUNATELY.

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