Your privacy at stake: Peter Ingemi explains what “The Cloud” actually is

by 1389 on September 2, 2014

in 1389 (blog admin), privacy, tech tips

Even if you don’t give a rat’s patootie about celebrities, you need to read this article:

Kate Upton et/al learn about “The Cloud” the hard way
 

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1 Gramfan September 2, 2014 at 5:50 pm

Never did like ‘The Cloud” and won’t use it if it can be avoided.
There are many programs on my computer that I will not use because I have to actually sign into them to use them. This is a bit of a disadvantage as I am sure some are really good like “Photoshop”.

Even if I want to send pictures to family and friends I have to sign into Windows Live Mail to do so and these go to a cloud for a period of time. I have never done it.
I found a workaround and that’s what I do.

Having said that I do use an online storage facility for certain things like songs and I trust it is safer. It costs a bit but I feel better having it – just in case!

The point in the article linked about not taking nude selfies is spot on and too obvious. There must be stupid people out there but we know that!

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