Tuesday, December 18, 2012 4:00:04 PM
Did he hack or just find their accounts still logged into a personal image uploader and spread it around. People log in to Facebook at Tesco and I ....do....nothing.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 1:09:30 PM
I don't know if the sentence is fair, but please don`t trivialize his crime. Hacking into someone`s computer/phone is a deep breach into privacy that many people underestimate. It`s the equivalent of someone breaking into your house and reading your personal mail and finances.
As if that weren`t enough publishing nudes of someone is sexual harrasment or worse. It`s not a trivial crime and should not get a light punishment, regardless of whether the victim is a celbrity or the average bloke across the street.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 1:04:29 PM
Just to put that in perspective: he got as long for hacking some celbutards as the most heavily-sentenced US government thug got for torturing and murdering civilians at Abu Ghraib, and much more than most of those evil wankers got. Next time someone drives an airliner into one of your skyscrapers, USA, maybe think whether you did enough to prevent it by punishing the wrongdoing that causes the type of hatred that underlies that kind of atrocity?