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Google Drive Vs. iCloud, Skydrive And Dropbox: Where Would Your Personal Data Be More Secure?

Thursday, 26 April 2012

On Tuesday, Google made its cloud storage service "Google Drive" official, but what has created much buzz around the web is the combination of the service's privacy policy and the company's recently unified terms of service and privacy policy. Yes, there seems to be no specific privacy policy for Google Drive as such.
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Source: Newsy.com - on April 24, 2012

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