AT&T Study: Nude Photos of Half-Brained Celebrities Have 97% Chance of being Hacked and Posted
DALLAS (The Global Edition) – AT&T revealed today that sex photos on the phones of half-brained celebrities have an almost 100 percent chance of getting hacked and distributed online. That’s nearly 10 times the odds faced by average users, and 4 times more than full-brained celebrities.
Drawing from ten years worth of data across North America and Europe, but primarily New Jersey, the study exposed that nearly all cerebrally-challenged celebrities have had their phones hacked at least once, leaking the pictures they took of themselves while naked or engaged in sexual activities.
“The rich and airheaded need to be more careful,” said Jamal Peterbilt, head of mobile phone security at AT&T. “Especially if you are not hot. For example, I’ve seen Snooki’s naked photos and am wishing I hadn’t. Imagine the detrimental impact of such photos on the community and especially on formative young minds! Seeing something like that may deter them from ever getting naked again.”
Peterbilt’s team determined that owner idiocy was the primary cause of phones getting hacked. He advised these celebrities to “act like a normal person regarding your phones.” This included not setting phones down in the middle of clubs and forgetting to take them home. Passwords should be used, but something other than the celebrity’s first name. “Above all, don’t upload your naked photos to the Internet yourself then forget that you did so. That claim doesn’t work for New York politicians, so it won’t work for you.”