There’s a certain price to pay for nudity….
In the largest celebrity photo leak scandal to date, the group of victimized celebrities whose personal email accounts who have been tampered with are threatening to sue Google for $100 million.
Photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian and Kate Upton all managed to make it’s way to the internet.
Lawyers representing the stars claim the search engine Google should have been able to remove the images from the internet and, in not doing so, ‘made millions from the victimization of women’.
I understand where they’re coming from, but it’s not like Google exploited the opportunity it just capitalized on the situation. Suing Google makes it seem like they’re the scapegoat for all of this…how about Apple and their faulty cloud system? They’re the real ones to blame.
In a letter written by top Hollywood attorney Marty Singer to Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, he accused them of ‘blatantly unethical behavior’ on behalf of majority of the stars involved.
‘Because the victims are celebrities with valuable publicity rights you do nothing, nothing but collect millions of dollars in advertising revenue, as you seek to capitalize on this scandal rather than quash it,’ the letter reportedly stated.
Apple has recently denied that its iCloud system was compromised during the leaks, but leads us to believe would they really admit it if their iCloud was faulty?