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Google Drive Privacy: 4 Misunderstood Facts
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4/29/2012 | 2:46:10 PM
re: Google Drive Privacy: 4 Misunderstood Facts
Forget about privacy today. Everyone is tracking you in this connected world, not just your friends. Still, it remains simple to lock the door when we use public restrooms and have some privacy. Just as easy it is to encrypt your private data when placing it in the public domain. There are plenty of free tools to help us along - check out "Google docs encrypt file"
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4/28/2012 | 2:15:38 PM
re: Google Drive Privacy: 4 Misunderstood Facts
Privacy policies are very simple. If you do not want it shared, comprimised, stolen, or published for your (spouse, boss, future boss, hacker, etc.) to see, then don't put it out there. While you must agree to the terms of service to use, no one is forcing you to put embarassing, personal or financial information you do not want comprimised on a public server. Don't put a quart of milk on the front porch in the summer and try to sue the dairy when it sours. If you need access to those type of files, leave your computer on and use a service like laplink to create an encrypted connection to your data.
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