Here’s the view I disagree with: “When people seek out stolen images like the ones just released of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and other celebrities, those people are violating these women in much the same way that the person who stole the pictures did.” (via The Atlantic)
First, satisfying one’s curiosity by looking at / reading something is never immoral. Secondly, these people are celebrities - they are selling their image for money, they willingly placed themselves into the public view. As such, they no longer possess a “right” to their image (or it’s severely diminished). Thirdly, they uploaded private stuff without even attempting encryption - that’s idiotic.
I looked at the photos, there’s nothing wrong with them, I saw nothing “unbecoming” - if others do, the problems is with their attitude, not with the act of informing oneself.