If you are anywhere on social media today (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), you may be wondering why suddenly everybody is talking about nude celebrity photos and nude selfies. This is because, apparently, there was a massive hacking of iCloud accounts – including those of celebrities who, apparently, had naked pictures of themselves stored on Apple’s iCloud servers.
You can follow all sorts of celebrities on Facebook, and, of course, your friends. Even companies and other organizations. But here are seven individuals that you can follow on Facebook that it may never have occurred to you to follow, or that they would even be on Facebook.
You may have noticed that the Internet is all a-Twitter (pun intended) over super-injunctions (a/k/a superinjunctions), but despite that, it may well be that you have no idea just what a super injuntion is, nor why you should care. If you are from the U.S. you’re even less likely to know, and so if you are asking yourself “What is a super-injunction?”, well, we’ll explain.
One of the very interesting things about Twitter is that there are real celebrities on there, who really interact with their fans. However, there are also celebrity impersonators – unauthorized imposters – and they have the potential to wreak real havoc.