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In total, the nude photo leak investigation included over 600 victims.
But when it comes to staying safe, there's one place where being guarded is not guaranteed whether you’re a grandma or a gazillionaire: cyber security.
The internet went nuts earlier this year when someone on Twitter noticed Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg applies a piece of tape over his web cam — a low-key security trick to act as the last line of defense against potential cyber spies.
At the end of the day, it all boils down to having a healthy sense of skepticism about the emails you receive, along with making and protecting strong passwords for all of your accounts, experts say.
Or, if you have the money, you could plunk down $14,000 or so for a military-grade smartphone to help thwart hackers — but a little cyber savvy will certainly cost a lot less.
The last of the four or five coffee machines seen online, a Krups, was auctioned on e Bay for £3,350 to the German news website Spiegel Online.
The pot was later refurbished pro bono by Krups employees, and was switched on again in the magazine's editorial office.
Ryan Collins, 36, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was sentenced on Thursday to 18 months in prison for his role in leaking private nude photos of celebrities he found by illegally accessing their Google and Apple accounts.
Related: Pennsylvania Man Is Charged in Celebrity Hack, Reaches Plea Deal He is one of three men who have been convicted of leaking private celebrity photos, and is personally responsible for illegally accessing more than 100 accounts, prosecutors said.
Between November 2012 and September 2014, Collins pulled off a carefully targeted cyber attack known as spear phishing. "It can look just about indistinguishable from an email you would get from one of those services.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating