In this May 10, 2014 file photo, Jennifer Lawrence attends the "X-Men: Days of Future Past" world premiere in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)
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That's the advice experts offer after hackers broke into female celebrities' personal accounts, stole nude photos and posted them on the web.Individuals and companies increasingly use Internet-based "cloud" storage for images and other data.Even though such hacking is illegal -- the man who stole nude photos of Scarlett Johansson was convicted of federal wiretapping and unauthorized access to a computer -- ensuring that all the illicit images are removed from all the sites that posted them is a never-ending challenge.So how can celebrities -- and others -- protect their privacy in the Internet era?Log off the Internet and turn off the computer when you're done using it, Larson suggested.Finally, those insistent upon taking sexy photos ought to consider using an offline device not connected to the Internet, and keep it locked in a safe.
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