The hackers are the ones at fault, that and the people who should have known more about the service they put their private pictures onto. Those are the only two parties at fault. Once it's out there, it's fair game, and the people who had their pics hacked now know better. Live and learn. They can feel outraged about certain fans wanting to see more and getting an opportunity to do so all they want. Doesn't change their ignorance or carelessness when it comes to knowing how to conduct oneself in the digital age and how to be wary of cyber-criminals. If you want to take the "moral high ground" and declare yourself a saint for not looking at said pictures, it only amounts to patting yourself on the back. It's nice that Emily spoke out.