With more then a billion user of the app it is still about The notice as Oberheide rightfully pointed out was non-specific at best, and downright callous at worst—especially considering the sensitive intel that many of us keep in our photos and videos. Google assures users that the underlying issue has been identified and resolved and recommends that affected users perform another export of their data. It also tells users to delete the prior archive. These users may have received either an incomplete archive, or videos —not photos— that were not theirs.
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A cloud of uncertainty. As word spread on Sunday evening that hundreds of candid nude photographs of celebrities like Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence were being posted to internet forums, discussion quickly turned to who was responsible. The hackers, clearly, had committed illegal acts. But was Apple's iCloud service, possibly used to surreptitiously access personal data, also to blame? What about the "foolish" women and men who took the photos in the first place?