2. Yet some people took a more thoughtful approach about what the photos meant for celebrities, women, and anyone who’s ever taken a sexy snap with their phone.
3. Even some corners of the internet with a reputation for being a bit, er, perverse, came out to defend the celebrities from the invasive hack.
5. The rapid spread of the images seemed to be a clear violation of Twitter’s terms of service.
7. And a dialogue about consent began to emerge.
10. Bad Feminist writer Roxane Gay brought up the connection between the leaks and misogyny.
12. And some people just put it all into perspective with a little humor.
16. You’re not so bad, internet!
- Iraq's prime minister has ordered the arrest of anti-government protesters who breached Baghdad's fortified "Green Zone" and occupied the parliament building.
- Daniel J. Berrigan, an American priest and poet famous for leading anti-Vietnam War protests, has died at the age 94.
- U.S. President Barack Obama zinged the media and presidential contenders before dropping the mic at his final White House Correspondents' Dinner 🇺🇸