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Saturday, 17 September 2011

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Director Miller reflected on a time when no one would've ever hacked a phone

WASHINGTON, D.C.--FBI Director Robert B. Miller announced today a four-pronged approach to prevent hackers from stealing nude images of celebrities, this in light of the hacked cell phones and stolen pics this week of Hollywood stars Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis.

Miller released the four points as follows:

Step One: Do not take nude photos of yourself.

Step Two: Do not have someone else take nude photos of you.

Step Three: Do not make home movies of you having sex with others.

Step Four: Do not have others make home movies of you having sex with others.

Miller closed his remarks by stating, "I believe strongly that by following these simple steps, dimwitted but attractive stars will not have to worry about this kind of exposure in the future."

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