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Dropbox's Policies

8 essential must-knows:

Privacy policies and terms of use are not titillating. They usually conjure up images of long documents with small text, filled with words like 'herein' or 'whereas'. But they’re important. My work, and probably yours too, is quickly moving from a desk to various mobile devices, and the more we work outside of a structured office space, the more we rely on software services to send, store, and share work documents. Google and Dropbox offer great, free, or inexpensive solutions, which are easily accessible from multiple devices. But what exactly are they responsible for? Say Dropbox gets sold or goes out of business tomorrow, what happens to all of your work? Knowing the policies of software services you rely on is essential for protecting your work. Although Dropbox does a pretty good job at clearly articulating their privacy policy and terms of conditions, here are 8 essential must-knows: [Click to continue reading...]

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