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Topic # 137945 13-Dec-2013 22:58
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I got a few 50GB accounts when it started ... I am never sure who gets to see stuff that one uploads (or if it could suddenly vanish) ... but I have had to succumb to dropbox as someone used it to track pictures taken by a thief ... but my 50GB at dropbox doesn't last forever ...

anyone not trust box.com?

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Lol

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 952043 14-Dec-2013 09:21
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Will get in first how about copy.com

https://copy.com?r=yTZxi6 link for you

have ended up with 65gb free so far seems good though use dropbox as well

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  Reply # 952073 14-Dec-2013 10:02
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Skydrive all the way.

Run by Microsoft so you know it isn't going any where any time soon.

Also works really well with Windows 8.



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Hmm ... Gotta fork out $$$ eh ... Well it is possible you get what you pay for ...

Google drive is the other one but i don't trust the daylight spies! They read your email, log your location, now (pun not intended) they want a copy of my life LOL no way!

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