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Others insist the American legal system must step up to investigate and prosecute the hackers.
Or perhaps Apple’s lax security measures are really to blame.
The prospect that the women exposed might experience humiliation does not enter the discussion, because that would require women to be capable of subjective experience.
This is not a problem that will be solved by encouraging women to see their bodies as beautiful, rather than shameful.
Then, they recruit other users to help identify the make and model of the vehicle; that information, at least according to the game, can be used to correctly answer a common security question tied to their target’s i Cloud account.
(While I can’t assess the sincerity of every anonymous posting—and my emails to about a dozen contributors went unanswered—the sheer volume of interactions and photos on the site make it pretty clear to me that not everyone is bluffing.) The leaked celebrity photos that have surfaced on Anon IB and other sites have been widely publicized (by hackers, sharers, and the media), but most of the people who congregate on these boards aren’t interested in exposing their “wins” to the wider world.
If they don’t, leakers become frustrated for giving away their wins for free and complain that other users won’t “man up.” This is a world beyond humiliation.
It is an organized network of people who seek to exert power over women and girls by reducing them to lifeless bodies and hoarding them in their hard drives.