Google may be fined $100 Million for not removing celebrities nude images

October 13th, 2014

last month, a series of “The Fappening” is being released with its different versions, which contained nude images of some of the high profile actresses.

The event, which media outlets and Internet users referred to under names such as “Celebgate” and “The Fappening”, was met with a varied reaction from the media and fellow celebrities.

Actresses: including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Amber Heard, Rihanna,Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne nude images are being distributed online on various sites, including some of the torrent sites.

wyers from the celebrities side threatening to sue Google for $100 million for allegedly failing to remove the images and “making millions from the victimization of women,” The New York Post reports.

Well, this all started from Apple iCloud security, but after the results of inspection, Apple notified that there is not such a iCloud hack type issue, nude and some personal pics of the celebrities were hacked in a targeted hack attack to the victim.

Hollywood lawyer Marty Singer, who is representing all the hacked nude images actreess written a letter to the Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, as well as Eric Schmidt and Google lawyers accusing them of “blatantly unethical behavior” – and comparing their alleged lack of action to the NFL leadership’s handling of the Ray Rice affair.

It has been also claimed by the lawyer that instead of removing the images from the search engine, Google is earning profit, as recently Reddit did.

ust six days, Reddit earned enough money from the nude pics scandal to power its servers for roughly a month, says John Menese, the 33-year-old creator of a Reddit sub-forum.

According to the letter, Google has failed, “to act expeditiously, and responsibly to remove the images, but in knowingly accommodating, facilitating, and perpetuating the unlawful conduct. Google is making millions and profiting from the victimization of women.”


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