In which we talk about the recent celebrity nude selfies leak from just about every angle: the people who hijacked the photos, those who took the photos, the technology used to store the photos, and society at large. We talk about what individuals’ relationship with technology should look like, how we should view those who behave wickedly, and where there might be hope for solving these kinds of problems in our society.
- Intro (0:58)
- The Internet is Not “Safe” (0:58–07:23)
- Degrading Women (7:23–15:51)
- People Do Wicked Things (15:51–20:57)
- No Better Answers (20:57–27:45)
- Conclusion (27:45–28:45)
- “Trap” from Believers by Remedies. Used by permission.
- “Winning Slowly Theme” by Chris Krycho, who can use his own music in public context whenever he so desires.
- Nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and others posted online by alleged hacker (The Guardian)
- Update: What Jennifer Lawrence can teach you about cloud security (Ars Technica)
- Apple confirms celebrities’ accounts breached in “highly targeted” attack (Ars Technica)
- Hack leaks hundreds of nude celebrity photos (The Verge)
- Apple Denies iCloud breach in celebrity nude photo hack (The Verge)