DROPBOX: We'll Turn Your Files Over To The Government If They Ask Us To
pieter at praet.org
Tue Apr 19 22:05:59 CEST 2011
On Tue, 19 Apr 2011 16:37:53 +0200, Richard Hartmann <richih.mailinglist at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just a FYI in case anyone is still considering to base their data
> storage on an external, non-encrypted, third-party services.
Hardly news. They all do this, *especially* when they claim otherwise.
It's a legal requirement, whether or not they mention it in their TOS.
>> [...] Dropbox cooperates with United States law enforcement when it
>> receives valid legal process [...]
Wasn't "valid legal process" rendered moot by the Patriot Act ?
As often (but not always) is the case, RMS knows wazup .
> In related news, git-annex supports encrypted backends, now.
That, OTOH, is beyond newsworthy!
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