“It’s my body, and it should be my choice,” she told Vanity Fair. “It is a sexual violation.”
Update: Pictures rumored to be stolen from Emma Watson also turned out to be a viral hoax. The celebrities’ newly leaked photos come a few weeks after dozens of private pictures were stolen off of celebrities’ iClouds.
“I am angry at this massive invasion of privacy,” she wrote.
There are much more important things to remember here.
4chan attempted to encourage women to share their own nude photos using the #LeakForJLaw hashtag on Twitter. It didn’t work.
Update: On Tuesday, Apple announced that the hack was due to a “very targeted attack” of certain celebrities, and denied it was a breach in their systems. This post is SFW.