has been lost. Military officials, CEO’s and top political figures are among those who are now vulnerable to malicious hacking, as the leaked information has been said to have exposed the most extensive email list on the planet.
Apple’s not the only one trying to secure a leak (and we're not even talking BP). The super-sexed brand American Apparel is combating recent accusations that their hiring policy is discriminatory, and based solely on employee photos. According to inside information, an email with a “full body head to toe” picture is required for the application process. AA execs claim that the intent is to hire employees who "have good fashion sense...But this does not necessarily mean they have to be physically attractive.” Meanwhile, first-hand accounts of AA refusing to hire people based on their looks continue to spread.
In less believable leaks, Danielle Staub of Real Housewives has joined the ranks of celebrities with sex tapes released to the public. Other personalities such as Kendra Wilkinson, Colin Farrell, and Kim Kardashian have recently been appalled by the fantastic commercial success their sex tapes have wrought—and Pamela Anderson just "leaked" a new one! Wonder if Danielle and Pam should be giving the corporate big boys advice on how to parlay their unintentional security emissions into profit?