The series of pictures, taken by the actress herself, Facebook-style with a cell-phone camera and bathroom mirror – was stolen from Johansson's cell-phone when it was hacked in March. The FBI was already investigating hacks on other female stars, including Jessica Alba and Christina Aguilera.
Members of Johansson's staff lodged the complaint that brought the FBI in on her behalf according to a story on gossip site TMZ.com. A hacker group that calls itself "Hollywood Leaks" claimed in a series of YouTube postings that it was responsible for the attacks and that it has amorphous connections to hactivist group Anonymous.
There was no confirmation from other sources whether there is any evidence connecting the group to the attacks, or even that the group itself exists.
It's not clear how the phones or the stars' email accounts were hacked, though several sites covering the attacks in March surmised that their passwords were weak and the hackers' password crackers were powerful. None cited any evidence for the assumption.
And she didn't even have to act...
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