[QUOTE=MJPollard;2627822]FWIW, I do use Dropbox as a convenient way to access files from home, work, my phone, and my tablet, but I’ll be damned if I’m going to rely on it as my sole means of storage. I may have been born at night, but it wasn’t last night. :)[/QUOTE]
Oh, I can see a use for such services, but they seem to advertise that they make your data “safe” (like a deposit box) when what you are using it for is to access your data from anywhere (like using a debit card)
This is how people were using megaupload and what they did was allowed their “cloud content” to be “unique content” And when the service was shut down, they lost access to their own data.
Now the owner of the physical hardware wants to delete the data.
IS the way this whole scenario played out really a suprise to anyone?