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'The Fappening' Continues To Leak Content And Get's It's Own Website

The story on #TheFappening hack so far, and 'The Fappening' gets it's own website.


Despite the celebrity victims of the hacks hiring high-paid lawyers, suing companies and the FBI becoming involved in the case, 'The Fappening' hack is nowhere close to stopping. With dozens of more celebrities becoming victims to the hack-spree, the older victims are also getting more leaks.

After promising that the hacker and his team will keep uploading the leaks, the team kept uploading more and more leaks through torrents. But now, the team, or a follower, has created an entire website with a registered domain, solely dedicated to #TheFappening hacks. The website is constantly updated and gets new leaks posted separately, while also updating a full file containing all leaks up-to-date altogether in one file, including pictures and videos.

The FBI or the police has gotten nowhere on arresting the main hacker or his team, and recently, Google was sued for having results that lead to websites containing the leaked content.

It appears that there is still many leaks yet to be released, both of new celebrities and those who already have leaks in the hack-spree, such as Jennifer Lawrence.

What happens in the future, can only be known when the time comes. But this has definitely gave out a moral: Uploading your nude or any kind of private content on iCloud, is a bad, bad idea. If celebrities with such reach and high paid lawyers and the FBI looking after them aren't safe to this; neither are you.
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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Sunday, October 05, 2014