Cameron Diaz has called the leaking of explicit photos and videos of dozens of female celebrities "a major violation".
Diaz, who stars in a new film about a couple whose homemade sex tape accidentally goes public, said, "I think that people really need to look at ... how would they feel if it happened to them?"
Speaking on ITV's This Morning, the actress said: "Whoever has done it, they will be caught and made examples of. This can happen to anyone. If these guys can do it to this group of people then everyone's vulnerable to it.
Her co-star Jason Segel called it "a terrible crime," adding, "It's very easy when you use the word 'celebrity' to take away the human aspect but there is an actual person with a life."
Emma Watson has hit out at a popular "lack of empathy" towards the celebrity victims of a photo hacking scandal.
Celebrities including Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence have threatened to take legal action after naked snaps of them are hacked.