On August 31, , a collection of almost private pictures of various celebrities, mostly women, and with many containing nudity , were posted on the imageboard 4chan , and later disseminated by other users on websites and social networks such as Imgur and Reddit. The images were initially believed to have been obtained via a breach of Apple 's cloud services suite iCloud ,    or a security issue in the iCloud API which allowed them to make unlimited attempts at guessing victims' passwords. The event, which media outlets and internet users referred to under names such as the "fappening" a portmanteau of "fap"—a slang term for masturbation —and "the happening" and "Celebgate", was met with a varied reaction from the media and fellow celebrities.
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Public safety sources told the Los Angeles Times that the deputies were told they'd be let off the hook if they came clean at the station and deleted the disturbing pictures - which could amount to the destruction of evidence. Villanueva didn't comment two days ago when he was quizzed about whether he ordered the deletion of the photos, the Times reported. The news of an alleged cover-up emerged after a number of LA County Sheriff's deputies took graphic photos at the crash scene that included remains, TMZ reported. One of them had "tried to impress a girl by showing her the photos," one of the law enforcement sources told the publication. The outlet was informed that an online complaint was filed with the Sheriff's Department after the bartender listened in on the conversation.
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No, likely not. No thanks to the leaky photo app they dribbled out of for that, though. After coming across thousands of photos seeping out of an unsecured S3 storage bucket belonging to a photo app called PhotoSquared, security researchers at vpnMentor blurred a few. They also blurred a sample from a host of other personally identifiable information PII they came across during their ongoing web mapping project, which has led to the discovery of a steady stream of databases that have lacked even the most basic of security measures. PhotoSquared, a US-based app available on iOS and Android, is small but popular: it has over , customer entries just in the database that the researchers stumbled upon. Meanwhile, PhotoSquared customers could also be targeted for online theft and fraud. Hackers and thieves could use their photos and home addresses to identify them on social media and find their email addresses, or any more Personally Identifiable Information PII to use fraudulently. The leaky PhotoSquared app is just the most recent story one in a long chain about misconfigured cloud storage buckets. Last week, it was JailCore, a cloud-based app meant to manage correctional facilities that turned out to be spilling PII about inmates and jail staff.
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