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There is no doubt that the cloud has revolutionised our ability to easily store, access and share all sorts of files and information over the internet, both at home and at work. However, in our rush to the cloud should we really be trusting cloud providers with our privacy?
A way of understanding these risks is to think of cloud storage providers as online warehouse operators. Like those in the physical world, they are typically very good at providing a space where you can put cardboard boxes of your ‘stuff’ that can be logged, stored, accessed and shared in a quick and easy way with people you authorise.
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