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FBI Investigates Scarlett Johansson Hacking: Tamara Holder

The FBI investigation into allegations of phone hacking of multiple Hollywood celebrities dates back a year and began well before news reports about Scarlett Johansson and other celebrities having their data breached, according to law enforcement sources.

The federal probe actually began in 2010 after allegations of people hacking into the phones and computers of several Hollywood figures first surfaced.

Over the last few weeks, there have been reports of young celebrities being victimized by hackers who obtained compromising photos, including pictures of Johansson.
Chicago criminal defense attorney Tamara Holder says technology is still way ahead of the law in these cases. Many times images are released by an ex-lover of the victim. Still the opportunity for anyone to gain the knowledge to hack into computers or phones is getting easier. Holder explores the criminal and civil legal issues raised.



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