Seth Rogen Speaks Up About Nude Photo Hacks

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Seth Rogen is lending his voice to the commentary about the celebrity nude photo hacks, saying that to post pictures taken from someone else's cell phone is no better than buying stolen goods.

The actor is one of many celebrities who are taking to social media to vent about the situation, news of which broke earlier this week and had stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Kate Upton trending online after their names were leaked as celebs who had been hacked. Several nude photos were posted to various websites, although according to The Star, the FBI is now involved and has released a statement saying they are "aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high-profile individuals" and are "addressing the matter."

Some of the celebrities involved have denied that the photos actually belong to them, while others, like Jennifer Lawrence, are depending on a legal team to keep the photos from circulating.

Comedian Ricky Gervais found himself in some hot water just after news of the scandal broke, tweeting that the best way to keep hackers from getting their hands on nude photos is to not take them in the first place. That tweet has since been deleted, but he later took to Twitter to explain that he was joking and said he does not condone the hacker's actions.

Amanda Crum
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