Do you store anything on 'the cloud?' That's where Jennifer Lawrence stored the photos that were recently leaked. Check out Louis C.K.'s take on the horrible idea, known as 'the cloud.'

If you're not familiar with the cloud, it's a service offered by a provider such as Google or Apple that stores your data. If you use Google Drive, you're storing your documents on 'the cloud.'

The problem with this is it's not exactly secure. For lack of better words, your stuff is always out there. That's exactly why it's not only a bad idea to take nude photos, but to then save them to the cloud.

Lawrence's nude photos allegedly were obtained from her personal iCloud account.

Moral of the story: don't take nude pics, don't store private data on the cloud. Problem solved.