back to article Papa don't breach: Wannabe singer jailed for hacking Madonna

An aspiring-singer-turned-hacker has been jailed for accessing Madonna's online accounts and stealing her unreleased music tracks. Adi Lederman, 39, had unsuccessfully appeared on Israel’s Kochav Nolad TV talent show before breaking into Team Madonna's email inbox and cloud-based systems last year to steal photographs and …

  1. Anonymous Coward

    Cloud data is insecure?

    Never saw that one coming ...

  2. cyrus



  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Going for the obvious...

    Such behaviour was way over the bordline, causing a commotion and he can thank his lucky star that he gets to say sorry and live to tell......... etc.......

    Sorry, up at 3am taking pain killers for the abscess, waiting for an extraction later this morning...

    1. AbelSoul

      Re: Going for the obvious...

      No need to apologise. I think your post is a little Ray of Light and it looks like you got right Into The Groove.

  4. Elmer Phud


    Who's that in the pic?

    AH, the Madonna that lives in her head, not the real one.

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    For hacking -14 months

    For collaborating in the dissemination of Madonna's music -

    Life, you felon!

  6. skeptical i

    Hack was pro'ly the best thing to happen, publicity-wise.

    Wringing more seconds from her proverbial fifteen minutes without having to lift a material finger.

  7. montyburns56

    An Open Letter

    Dear Celebs,

    Do not put anything in this Cloud thing unless you want the whole world to see/listen to it. It might be the latest thing which some will have you believe will lead to a cure for cancer or create world peace, but it's just a load of over hyped insecure nonsense.

    P.S. Thanks for all the nude pics.

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