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The main author of the Celebgate sentenced to 18 months of prison

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Makes something two years, many celebrities of Hollywood looked like photographs personal and intimate began to circular by internet. The FBI started to work to give the culprit of these leaks by arresting three people, two of them are already in prison for a few months because they pleaded guilty of the crime by the phishing technique, a technique that consists of sending an email to users suggesting that change your password may have been compromised. Re mail that automatically directs to a so-called official web page of the service, where to enter the username and password, these are stored and are in the hands of the foreign friends.

Through this technical Ryan Collings agreed to more than 300 accounts of celebrities of Hollywood making is with a great number of images that had stored in iCloud and in Google photos, since them main affected had the saved automatic in the cloud of all and each an of the photography that made. The web 4chain quickly began to publish a large number of images of actresses in different threads as Jennifer Lawrence, Kaley Cuoco, Scarlett Johansson, Selena Gomez, Winona Ryder… and until more than 100 actresses, models and American singers.

This week he has been held the last trial of those accused of the Celebgate and Ryan Collins, lead author of the theft, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Computer-related crime in the United States increasingly are being most persecuted and law acts much cogency, although in a way more moderate since Aaron Swartz, creator of Reedit, the RSS system and the Creative Commons organization committed suicide, then download files had gotten from MIT, to the face of a 35-year prison sentence , with which Government wanted to give example.

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