t opens up a window for all sorts of abuse. We all think we’re safe, until the inevitable happens
(PRWEB UK) 20 November 2014
According to the article in The Telegraph, dated 23 Sep 2014:Emma Watson 'photo leak': How the hackers have shown their real motive, hackers are threatening Emma Watson with the release of nude photos as response to her UN speech in which she discussed and stood up against sexism. Hackers posted messages, which are now deleted, on 4chan, writing that Emma Watson makes stupid feminist speeches at UN, and that her nudes will be online, as a form of retaliation. Claire Cohen of The Telegraph argues the real motives behind the nude photos threat. She points out that hackers are trying to send a message to women everywhere – that they cannot operate on their own terms and make their own choices, without being judged by the public’s eye, and shamed for it. Claire Cohen also argues that the want to bring down the women who have taken control of their own careers and their bodies, in the case of Kim Kardashian. The real reason behind the release of nudes is to strip women of any power in the public eye, expose them, and make them vulnerable.
Manchester Private Investigators (http://manchester-privateinvestigators.co.uk/) read the article in The Telegraph, and decided to share some useful information about how you can protect yourself online, and how to go after the people who jeopardize it. Manchester Private Investigators has a PC and phone forensics department, which specializes in cases like the one described in the article. The internet is filled with all sorts of people who prey on the private data and images of other people, for the purpose of extorting money or shaming others. In order to avoid finding yourself among that crowd, or if you have already been a victim of hackers, consider hiring an expert from the PC forensics department at Manchester Private Investigators. Apart from protecting form hackers, they are also capable of fixing just about any security issue you might have with your computer or smartphone. They have some of the best IT experts in the country working for them, so take advantage of that fact.
Manchester Private Investigators chief investigator William Abbott, after reading the article above, warned the public about how exposed we become when we store private data and photos on a computer that is permanently connected to the internet. He also went on to say: “It opens up a window for all sorts of abuse. We all think we’re safe, until the inevitable happens. You can choose to be smart and not store nude pics at all, but if someone manages to obtain them, call Manchester Private Investigators as soon as possible.”
Manchester Private Investigators chief investigator William Abbott can be contacted on the following phone number: 0161 363 0083.