...at steeling these photos and hacking "private" servers is a crime. Personally, I refuse to look at the stolen photos (I was probably the only straight man in my work place NOT to google Jennifer Lawrence's nudes when they leaked). They weren't taken for public consumption, therefore I have no right to see them. We should ALL, regardless of our vocation or profession, have an expectation of a certain level of privacy. That said, every 7 yr-old with a cell phone knows that the cloud is neither private nor secure. Why do you think news agencies and professional photographers refuse to use it for storage of copyrighted materials? Because IT IS EASILY HACKABLE!! No, you're not at fault when your photos are stolen from the cloud, you're just not very smart for storing them there in the first place.