University Apologizes for Posters Blaming Jennifer Lawrence for Nude Photo Hack

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Talk about uncalled for!

Strathclyde University in Scotland tried to capitalize on Jennifer Lawrence's hacked nude photo scandal to encourage their students to make their own passwords hard to decipher.

The below posters began popping up on campus, much to fans' dismay, who felt they were sexist and blaming the victim instead of the perpetrator who broke into J. Law's personal iCloud storage account. Since the outcry on social media and on the school's campus, officials have issue an apology for the posters, Tweeting: "The posters are being removed now. They should not have been produced and we are looking into how this happened."

Do you find the posters offensive? We do, and we're glad the university is removing them!

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