Emma Watson Survives Nude Photo Scare
Emma Watson can now be at peace following the unvailing of a website that was set to taint her image by streaming her nude pictures online. The website has been involved in the sharing of celebrities nude photos for the last two months.
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The actress who is known by many for starring in Harry Potter was all jitters as it was anticipated that she would be the next victim to be targeted by Emma Watson You Are Next.
The alert came the following day after the New York women ambassador had given a detailed speech on feminism at the UN head office in New York. The establishment of the website with the actress's domain name was announced in a web portal that had nude pictures of other celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Gabrielle Union, Rihana, Kate Upton and Kaley Cuoco Sweeting.
The said website had a wheel that kept on rotating with time. The wheel's rotation was meant to imply that nude pictures were being uploaded.
Many people expected that Emma Watson's nude pictures would be exposed once the timer was done. However, the unexpected happened when the web page redirected visitors on Wednesday to Rantic.com.
The Sun reported that at rantic, the webmasters advocated for the closure of 4Chan.org. They argued that the website was responsible for tainting the image of celebrities by circulating their nude photos on the internet.
On one of the web pages, the website stated clearly that it's involved in social marketing and requested its visitors to support their campaign for the closure of 4Chan.org. The web masters argued that shutting down the offensive website is the only solution of ensuring that such victimization and humiliation was not done again.
In the mean time, website owners have contacted US President, Barrack Obama in their plea to have all websites monitored to prevent infringement of individual rights. Though the existence of Emma Watson's nude pictures has not been verified, the FBI has embarked on an investigative mission to unveil the truth.
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