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 LOL :) Yeah, I think your description of what probably happened is most likely right around the mark.  heh.
 Depends on what it looks like, what it is capable of, and how much it costs. As far as "need" that would be no one.  You only need three things: Food, water, and shelter.
 This was the quote to which I was responding.  And if this isn't victim blaming, I really don't know what is:  That, to me, is beyond offensive.  Well, when I said "no one" I was exaggerating.  I meant "very few people compared to how many people are interested in pics of Kate Upton or Jennifer Lawrence."  I was attempting to be concise, but it ended up being at the cost of being precise. :)
That thing is hideously ugly.  Whoever designed that should be fired from his or her job.
 Luxury watches -- or luxury jewelry of any kind -- is an item that will not only last decades for you, but be passed down once you die.  These aren't items meant to be replaced every year or two, like most tech items.  These are luxury items that last more than one lifetime. $11,000 isn't all that much when you consider that.
 My point is people make bad decisions all the time, all of us do. And, of course it's not Apple's fault.  There is one person -- and one person ONLY -- who is at fault here:  The person who hacked the account and posted the pictures.  
 1) It's not only famous people who take naked or partially naked selfies/videos.  Lots of people do.  It's just that no one really cares about the sex tape your neighbor made with her BF. 2) Your language is beyond offensive.  I would address each incident individually, but I can tell it won't make a shred of difference so there's absolutely no point in wasting my time. 3) J-Law no more "CHOSE" to "upload them to the internet" then I "CHOSE" to "upload to the internet"...
 Just like a rape victim that wears a short skirt and walks home alone. Gotcha.
 Among other things, taking something from someone's account and publishing it is no different than someone breaking into your home and taking a picture you took.  Now imagine that you took a picture (no matter the content) and someone took it from your house or your wallet.  Would the argument, "Well, if you didn't want someone else to have it you shouldn't have taken it in the first place," really fly -- with anyone? As was pointed out earlier in this very thread, the...
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