The nude photos and videos leaked over the weekend are not the first, nor will they be the last. For many months now sexual activities performed in the privacy of a bedroom have continued to make their way onto social media and into forums for which they were not intended. For a long time there have been calls for stricter laws to penalize persons who leak private videos and photos without consent, whether for their own twisted pleasure or for reasons of malice. Today the media asked the Attorney-General to explain why it is taking so long for these laws against cyber-sex bullying to go into effect.
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There are unverified reports that the website OnlyFans suffered a breach, and that terabytes of photos and videos have been leaked. According to hundreds of posts on Twitter, users of the subscription-based social media platform have had their content leaked to the public. However, OnlyFans has disputed the origin of the content. OnlyFans, which was launched in , has apparently suffered a cyber attack. The hackers were able to extract at least 1. Links to the leaked content were shared on social media on Thursday.
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Fox Sports host Charissa Thompson is the latest celebrity whose nude photos were stolen by hackers and then published online on websites known for posting adult content as part of The Fappening scandal. According to The Blast , hackers managed to breach the iCloud account belonging to the year-old television host and sportscaster and then extract photos that were stored in the cloud. While nothing has been said on how the account was breached, hackers most often turn to phishing sites that replicate the official interface of iCloud and email messages that are delivered to their targets in an attempt to convince them to load these fake pages. Emails typically require a password reset, only to have details that are submitted to these websites automatically sent to cybercriminals. Thompson has already contacted law enforcement on the case and the Los Angeles County District Attorney says an investigation is already under way.
An Italian Sky Sports reporter has spoken of the horror she experienced after naked photos of her were posted online by hackers and she has admitted that not all of the images are fakes. Diletta Leotta, 25, who works for Sky Sports in Italy, told all about her shock at realising that her account had been hacked and that her private pictures had been shared with the world. She told the Mirror : "My phone would not stop ringing with calls, messages, WhatsApp I didn't cry at first.