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Daily News to remove photographs of nude female celebrities

Daily News International has an important announcement about the future of the way our newspaper publishes leaked photographs, specifically of those of female celebrities.  After careful consideration, Daily News has decided to ultimately pull the mass collection of  sexually-explicit photographs that have both sat in the Daily News for months and garnered tens of millions of visitors to the Daily Newspaper. 229 more words

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Kim Kardashian Reveals Leaked Nude Selfies Will Appear In New Book

Kim Kardashian’s selfie book just got a little sexier! The reality starlet announced that ‘Selfish’ won’t just include fun pics of her and her friends — it’s got some fully nude photos in there too! 465 more words

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SAG, DGA & WGA Members Could Be Victims Of Anthem Hack

SAG, the WGA and the DGA are all warning their members that their personal information may have been compromised by a recent cyber attack on Anthem, a health care provider to all three of the guilds’ health plan. 380 more words


Sony seeks to delay earnings due to hacking scandal

Investors may have to wait a little bit longer than expected to see how Sony’s financials look in the aftermath of the cyber attack that has consumed the company — and the media — since late last year. 194 more words


Obama set to propose new laws to protect consumer data, privacy

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama wants Congress to pass legislation requiring companies to inform customers within 30 days if their data has been hacked, a move that follows high-profile breaches at retailers including… 279 more words


The U.S. Struck Back At North Korea For The Sony Hacks With Additional Sanctions

President Obama said that a proportional response was on the way, but in that North Korea has about 1,000 ISP addresses and no movie studio to embarrass, today’s sanctions against the nuclear nation for their role in… 372 more words

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Sony's "The Interview" expands to 55 million pay TV homes

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — A film that was almost seen by no one will soon be available in more than 55 million pay TV households. 203 more words