One of the advantages I have as a person of indifferent or worse appearance is that there is little or no demand for pictures of me in the altogether, though you may be certain that on those rare occasions when there was a demand, I saw to it that there was a supply.
I find it highly curious that guys, the same half of the species that collects pictures of unclad or marginally-clad actresses, might suggest that “Hey, maybe you shouldn’t do that sort of thing.” This translates, without much difficulty, into “We are assholes and cannot be trusted”; the fact that this may well be true does not impose an obligation on the starlet wishing to show off after all, she’s not doing it for their benefit.
This is not to say that precautions should not be taken before and after the photo session, but you probably ought not to rely on mere technical advice:
If Computer Security people were in charge of society we'd go extinct. They'd insist sex was unsafe and no one should do it ever.
— InfoSec Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) September 2, 2014
Well, of course it’s unsafe. Almost anything worth doing is: “Speedboats, racecars, fine shotguns, whiskey, and love are all very dangerous.”
Noted for reference: The picture source I tap most frequently, SuperiorPics, has refused to accept any of the leaked nudes, consistent with their ongoing policy, and will block any attempts to post them on their forum.