I don’t get it, it’s like you going into your bed and you find 10 more man`s sharing your woman, that`s what they do…you owned nothing this days (probably they learn from Apple dictatorship policy) .
I’ll keep my dropbox
wow, i was about to shift from dropbox to google drive but.. these TOS are a major turnoff, no thanks!!
I love Dropbox and will stay faithful to them!
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Seem a good service. At least as good as DropBox, but the TOS worries me a bit.
For now I stay with DropBox for common files and SpiderOak for my coding projects (a very nice service not widespread)
The best thing about Google Drive is that I already have a Dropbox account. Looks to me Google is becoming more and more evil.
And btw, that intro video somehow reminds me of Skynet…
.. what if you upload to them archives with a password?
I was looking forward to this, but given all the info seen here about Google’s interesting T+Cs ill be giving it a miss
Dodged a bullet methinks
Do I like it? Nope—the TOS is enough to keep me from ever trying it. But I’m digging SkyDrive.