Added: Rowan Carmen - Date: 10.09.2021 01:30 - Views: 47930 - Clicks: 6679
Attention celebrities, I have some shocking news: People really want to see you naked. So if you take a photograph of yourself in the buff, someone's gonna find it. So put down that cameraphone.
Or don't! By now, you've probably heard that possibly genuine nude photographs of someone who may or may not be Scarlett Johannson [ NSFW, unless you're showing this to and high-fiving with your boss ] have floated to the top of the Internet cesspool. I hope not. Scarlett Johannson? Well, if those photos are genuine, she'd better not be. There are multiple fan-sites dedicated to exalting her beauty. This is what we call demand. When it exists in enough quantity, something called "supply" has a high likelihood of rearing its nipple-and-ass-filled, fuzzy cellphone-snapped head.
Especially these days. Here's why:.
So, there's this other thing. Called the Internet. And it's fucking powerful. I was working at WIRED during Chris Anderson's famous plagiarism scandal, and even after Anderson owned up for what ended up being a mistake, trolls across the Internet started digging up all sorts of dirt on him. We were talking one day and something he said there really stuck with me: "If you achieve a single shred of notoriety, and you have even a single skeleton in your closet, the Internet hive-mind will find it.
Well, if you're a major celebrity, that's notoriety; and a digital photograph or video of yourself is like a giant skeleton shaking your closet doors and moaning TMZ at all hours. Especially when it's a cellphone photo. Think of how many people have access to your cellphone in a given day: co-workers, acquaintances, tech support people, etc. And if you think your photos are safe on your home computer, consider this sentence you might have recently uttered to a friend-of-a-friend you hardly know: "The bathroom?
It's down the hall to the right.
Better hope your laptop isn't idling near the crapper. And this doesn't even count serious hacking. Fact: Celebrities' s get hacked. Hell, celebrities' s are targeted by hackers. So if worrying about the security of your fat celebrity bank isn't enough, please, by all means your boyfriend of the moment some photos of that perfect body.
But those cases are the exceptions rather than the rules. Or maybe not! Maybe making a sex tape is better for your ailing career than getting a role in a Tarantino flick 10 years after your prime has passed. But I'm just saying: If you take a photo of something millions of people want to see, there is no way you can keep it from being seen. Not anymore. You can keep up with Joe Brown, the author of this post, on facebook or twitter. If I'm nude and I take pictures of myself for the internet, will I become famous? I actually know an actress whose naked pictures are genuine nudes held by an ex.
She's one severe fuckup away from that sort of bad publicity. I'd love to say I'd never put that in someone else's hands, but I have at least one set of nudes and one of semi nudes in the hands of people whose names I don't remember and who I wouldn't recognise if I past them in the street. So genuine nudes public office for me. Uh, no. There are tons of secrets happily being sat upon that will not see the light of day, blind items notwithstanding. It's just hard to know which ones. The A.
Privacy and Security. By Joe Brown. Tech Privacy and Security.Genuine nudes
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