Watch the interview here: http://edition.cnn.com/2009/SHOWBIZ/06/05/edisonchen.extras/index.html Here's the transcript: http://hi.baidu.com/fairex/blog/item/4e12c500a09c2719738b6570.html Excerpt: It is a known fact that Edison Chen is a Mac user, and the story goes that he had his assistant bring in his computer for repair. What I didn't know until now was that the technicians involved maliciously and thoroughly dug through his files to find stuff that he had deleted. I feel sorry for him (the same way I feel for Hayden Kho). He is very much the victim here. These files were created for private use, without any intention to make them public. Unfortunately, they were stolen and made public by someone else. The natural tendency is to blame the person who created those files rather than the person/s who stole the files and were responsible for making it public. Okay, I'm veering off topic here. Anyway, back to being Mac related... Let this be a lesson to all Mac users: use Finder's Secure Empty Trash feature to delete files that are highly sensitive and incriminating. Otherwise, you may find yourself being a victim as well. EDIT: you can also make "Empty Trash Securely" a default setting in Finder > Preferences > Advanced.