Friday, April 22, 2011

Dropbox's new security policy implies that they lied about privacy from the start - via Boing Boing

I really have little or nothing to hide, and I also have little or no belief that anything I think should be hidden could not be discovered by any truly clever agent with the right tools. But being lied to in this manner by a company I trust with my data is inexcusable. Like Amazon, Paypal, and several other services, I've discovered that life goes on perfectly well without them.

I hope this article is more sensationalist than substantive, but otherwise, it looks like I may be saying farewell to Dropbox very soon.

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