Up to 200,000 images and videos from the photo messaging app Snapchat were apparently nabbed by the same hackers behind the massive celebrity nude link. Many of the pictures posted online may depict compromising images of teenagers.
As a new set of hacked celebrity nude photos are about to be leaked, those interested in seeing them have flocked to a new, real-time file-sharing site. On Volafile, people can buy the pics for about $350 ‒ payable in bitcoin.
In a stunning new video, a 28-year-old trials cyclist Danny MacAskill tackles the never-before-ridden Cuillin Ridge in his native Scotland, to and from the pinnacle. The death-defying ride features sheer cliffs, rugged peaks – and unbelievable stunts.
Ukraine's Central Election Committee has registered quite a set of characters: Darth Vader, Yoda, Padme Amidala, Chewbacca, and Palpatine are to officially run in the country's parliamentary elections on October 26.
A JetBlue flight made an emergency landing at Long Beach Airport in California after losing an engine on Thursday morning. One passenger filmed the inside of the aircraft, while a movie star aboard live tweeted the incident.
Reddit made enough money off subscriptions to run its servers for a month in the six days the popular web forum linked to the leaked pictures of nude celebrities. But several charities are refusing money Redditors raised “in honor of” the exposed stars.
Apple intends to keep hackers away from client’s private data stored in iCloud’s database by using mail and push message security alerts, the company’s Chief Executive told WSJ. Apple denied the recent nude celebrity pics scandal was a security breach.
Dozens of celebrities could be affected by what appears to be the largest privacy breach in history in which the anonymous perpetrator released a handful of stars’ nude photos and shared a list of the alleged victims of the hack.
Filmmaker David Lynch are comedian Seth Meyers are the two latest Hollywood celebs to dare Russian President Vladimir Putin to pour a bucket of ice water over his head as part of a campaign to raise money to fight Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.