iCloud celebrity photo hack: Are we too quick to trust cloud storage?

Danny Palmer
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After the theft of naked celebrity photos from Apple's iCloud, should we all be more careful about what we're - perhaps unknowingly - storing in the cloud?

The theft of hundreds of private photos belonging to well-known celebrities - including naked pictures of The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence - has left Apple facing searching questions about t...

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