Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 24th Apr 2012 17:39 UTC
Google Well, this has been a very, very long time in the making. Google has finally unveiled its big Dropbox competitor: Google Drive. You start with 5GB for free, and you can go all the way to 1TB for $50 per month. This is a big deal for many (if you were to use rumouring as a gauge), but all I can think of is this: why on earth would you entrust your files to a company - any company - whose sole interest is extracting money from you, and who, to boot, is subject to crazy American laws?
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RE: Crazy American Laws?
by ingraham on Wed 25th Apr 2012 20:10 UTC in reply to "Crazy American Laws?"
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There are over 320 million of us, so we're not ALL like roracle, but I'm afraid his feelings are quite common. Wire-tapping without warrants, scanning all e-mail, having ISPs turn over logs, and mining online data are all perfectly okay despite our clamor for smaller, less-intrusive government. We're still better than Iran or China, mind you, but I think it's perfectly reasonable to be afraid of the US government denying you a tourist visa for storing a copy of "Mein Kampf" on your Google Drive.

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