Following the shocking celebrity nude photo scandal that began on Sunday, Apple launched an investigation into the security of its iCloud service to determine if it had been compromised by hackers.
The company reports - perhaps not surprisingly - that they are in no way to blame for the hacks, as whoever obtained the nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and numerous other female celebs did so using the women's actual user names and passwords.
While that may sound like good news for iCloud users, it adds a new, troubling layer to the nude photo scandal.
Many originally believed that the leaks were the result of a "smash-and-grab" style hack in which thieves somehow gained access to the storage service, sought out celebrity accounts, and stole all that they could before being detected.
But that theory has been discredited as new information has come to light.