The internet just about cracked in half yesterday when lowlife hackers distributed leaked photos of a slew of celebrities. But if they hacked your files, would they find anything?
As dozens of nude selfies taken by the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Lea Michele, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, Brie Larson, Kirsten Dunst, Becca Tobin, Jessica Brown Findlay, Teresa Palmer, Krysten Ritter, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Hope Solo and Aubrey Plaza were published and republished around the internet yesterday against their will, three things became clear:
- A lot of people have extremely questionable morals, and we’re definitely not talking about the women in the photos.
- Your iCloud files are, apparently, not very secure.
- Man, it seems like everybody is taking nude selfies these days.
So if someone hacked into your files, would they find anything saucy — or do you keep your private moments strictly offline?
UPDATE: The results are in — a whopping 89 per cent of you say you’ve never taken a nude selfie. Just five per cent of you said you have taken one, and six per cent said that even if you had taken one, you’d never tell. So there you go, hackers — don’t waste your time on Brisbane’s phones!
Last week, we asked you whether or not you wanted another election, and the nays (barely) had it. 50 per cent of you don’t want to go back to the polls, 47 per cent of you do, and three per cent don’t care because you don’t vote anyway!
We also asked whether or not you think medical marijuana should be legalised, and the results were much clearer — 78 per cent of you are in favour of legalisation, 17 per cent are against it, and just 5 per cent of you need to see more evidence before you make the call. A sign of things to come, perhaps?