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New Dropbox alternative with 10GB free space

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Apr 26, 2013.

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  1. Guest

    Everybody, there is a new online storage startup, similar to Dropbox or, get your free 10 GB easily, 5GB on signup and 5GB if you use the following referral link.
    * hit the referral link
    * create an account (5GB)
    * install client on any device (5GB)
    Have fun!
  2. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    a US server an a US domain, don't use it for anything important.
  3. Guest

    Gleeetings and tranks for to the cloud onto-logging. Today, not
    available, the files. Trying tomorow, tranking you berry much!
  4. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    Yeah, that's pretty much what the US said when they shut down
  5. Guest

    it is just a matter of which government you want to look at your
    if you want you files to be private in the cloud encrypt them

    what I think is the biggest problem with storing files in the cloud is
    that they can disappear at any moment, the company could go bust
    and apparently the US has the power to shutdown servers and confiscate
    everyones files if the RIAA or MPAA believe someone is using them for

  6. It might not be everybody's files- maybe just big files have a name
    that includes a Star Trek movie name or something of that ilk. So if
    all your photodiode response measurements are in a 4G file called
    "Into Darkness"..

    Best regards,
    Spehro Pefhany
  7. Guest

    RIAA and MPAA convinced them that all the files were illegal copies
    the latest movies and CDs?

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