One way to liven up a Labor Day weekend is for a hacker to post hundreds of photos he stole from over 100 celebrities' phones
. Most of the photos are naked pics and so far only a few of the 100 people named have had their photos released. Jennifer Lawrence started it all off and since then the list has only grown longer. At some point during the night, the hacker stopped posting them. I don't know if this means he was discovered and busted or if he got scared he was going to be busted or he needed a new place to post the photos. For the most part all of the photos that have been posted have been confirmed as real. There was one person, Victoria Justice, who claims the photos of her are not real. The thing that is crazy to me is that one of the actresses who admits the photos of her posted are real says she took and deleted the photos from her phone years ago. It just shows you that even when you think something is deleted from your iPhone that it still might be in the Cloud waiting for someone to find it. I saw a lot of clamoring for men's photos to be hacked too, and I wonder if there will be some equal opportunity hacking of men and if the internet traffic for those photos would be as high as it has been for the women. The photos were stolen. The women did not ask for anyone to look at them. These are not screen grabs from a movie where they got paid to be naked. These are photos they expected would remain private and now they are out for the world to see. Representatives for several of the women say they will prosecute anyone who posts the photos. It sounds great, but they can't and they would not win a lawsuit either.