I wrote about the inescapable sense of dread occasioned by Celebgate:
Above all there is the inescapable sense that when it comes to your data, disaster is always one step ahead of you. From the theft of 40 million credit cards at Target, to the Heartbleed bug that enabled the easy hacking of half a million "secure" web servers, to the two-factor authentication system that (turns out!) won’t help you in a case like this, the question isn’t if your data will be stolen but when. And the corporations you’ve entrusted with your data, well, They Take Your Security Very Seriously, though naturally the terms of service deny you any legal recourse. Best of luck explaining all those stolen sexts to your future employers.