Leslie Jones poses at the premiere of her film "Ghostbusters" in Hollywood, California, July 9, 2016.
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A day after hackers unleashed an attack on some of the world's best-known websites, comedian Leslie Jones weighed in on cybersecurity in a commentary on "Saturday Night Live," saying cybercriminals could put their talents to far better use than hacking celebrities.After starring in the "Ghostbusters" this summer, Jones briefly quit Twitter because she was bombarded by racist and abusive comments.Adopting a seemingly more serious tenor, Jones scolded hackers, saying, "If you want to hurt anybody these days, you're going to have to do way more than leak their news or call them names.
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