icloud hack

A London publication says it was offered the images for $64,000.
"We continue to see both celebrities and victims from all walks of life suffer the consequences of this crime."
Asked about the attack, Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for China's Foreign Ministry, told a daily news briefing that Beijing
This week we lost one of the greats. We're still reeling over the death of comedian and trailblazer, Joan Rivers. But if
Apple is planning to increase security of its iCloud service by adding alerts, company CEO Tim Cook told The Wall Street
The FBI is investigating the leaked photos that spread across the Internet on Sunday, and Apple said it is working with law
That means that someone who is able to obtain your email address and password for your Apple ID -- which, of course, hackers
Everything hits at once. (Source: Google Finance) Most analysts on Wall Street still recommend investors shovel themselves
Clouds are wispy and ephemeral, the very opposite of secure, so why would you want to store anything in them? No one particularly
If you are not particularly worried about being high-minded here, there is another consideration, which is, by looking at the pictures, you are giving criminals a purpose for their act (at least with a degree or so of separation) and causing someone distress. Is it really worth it?