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Two of the celebrities involved in the hacking scandal issued statements. Christina Aguilera said:

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While Scarlett Johanssen added:

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Another victim, Esquire magazine's Sexiest Woman Alive for 2012 Mila Kunis, has yet to make any public comment on the matter:

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Meanwhile, KTLA's televised report on the sentencing included this hilariously censored example of the hacker's handiwork:

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You stay classy, Los Angeles.

[Editor's note: The Big Screen does not intend to imply that it is ever okay to hack into people's private lives. How and when and why they doff their duds is of course their own affair, and ought to remain so.]

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Colonna Dec. 18, 2012 @ 9:07 p.m.

[Editor's note: The Big Screen does not intend to imply that it is ever okay to hack into people's private lives. How and when and why they doff their duds is of course their own affair, and ought to remain so.] *

  • until such time said celebrity decides to release the photos and/or videos for the purposes of extra added publicity and/or career advancement. See Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian for case studies.
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SurfPuppy619 Dec. 19, 2012 @ 7:27 p.m.

Almost an "Almost Factual News" headline! Walter must have done the copy of the headline!

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