"What happens if the cloud provider is hacked? What if their data – which is actually your data – gets leaked by a rogue employee? What if they give up your data in light of a government subpoena?
It comes down to this: don’t put data on a cloud if you wouldn’t be comfortable with that data being exposed at some time in the future." ~ makeuseof blog
They claim the future of information technology is in cloud-based applications. When governments can seize the entire cloud
based on the actions a few or even many participants, it violates the property rights of its legitimate users. Ask Snowden or Assange.
I prefer to have as much as possible STORED on my computer! That goes for emails, blogs, photos, videos, etc. Sure, I'll have them stowed away "up there" - but it is always best to keep files saved you can work on stuff if you cannot get online!
Let's be clear: CLOUD COMPUTING SUCKS!
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