>> it she did have pictures she would rather no one saw, then don't take them in the first place.
>> if she did have a phone she would rather no one stole, then she shouldn't have bought it
>> if she did have a bank account she rather nobody stole from, then she shouldn't keep money in it
>> If she has a vagina and she doesn't want to be raped, then she should stay behind locked doors
I've seen plenty of MRAs using the argument "well she'll pose for a sexy magazine cover to increase her fame so what's wrong with this", over and over and over, in reference to celebrity after celebrity.
Maybe people should realize this is not about privacy, that's a complete red herring.
This is about CONSENT.
This is almost only about CONSENT.
Publishing stolen nude pictures of people is a sexual act.
They have words for sexual actions that take place without consent.
"sexual assault" and "rape" are ones that come to mind.
Lecturing someone like Watson about how if she doesn't want X she shouldn't do Y is just another voice in the chorus of "well she was wearing a mini skirt was does she expect".
It's wrong. Stop it.