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Is clicking on Jennifer Lawrence’s naked pictures really as bad as hacking and distributing them?

And if so, what was your justification for clicking on the headline above?

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[/audioplayer]‘If you click on Jennifer Lawrence’s naked pictures,’ said the headline on the Guardian’s website, ‘you’re perpetuating her abuse.’ That gave me pause. Even though I haven’t. In all honesty, I haven’t even had the opportunity, and I thought I actually followed quite a lot of invasive perverts on Twitter.

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