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Chances are you probably use a cloud service to store at least a portion of your files.

Dropbox. iCloud. Microsoft’s OneDrive. Mega. Box.

There’s so many of them these days. And a few of them, like Switzerland-based Tresorit, focus heavily on privacy and security to keep your data safe.

But let’s be honest– privacy is definitely not a top priority among most of the top cloud providers.

Dropbox states right on its own website that the company has direct access to your files.

Sensitive company data. Financial records. Intimate photos. Personal information. Password files. Cryptocurrency keys.

And even if you delete the files, the backup copies are STILL stored on Dropbox’s servers.

(It’s not just Dropbox– most of the major cloud services operate this way.)

This presents a significant amount of risk from multiple fronts.

Hacker threats are nearly ubiquitous these days.

Hardly a month goes by without another announcement of some major data breach… and we only hear about the big ones in which millions of people are affected.

One of the latest hacker trends is when attackers gain control of your mobile devices by calling up your mobile carrier and convincing them that they’re you.

This allows them to reset passwords and easily gain access to your emails and files.

Then of course there are legal risks.

If you’ve never been sued, congratulations. Let’s hope it stays that way.

If you have been sued, congratulations. It means that at least someone thinks you’re successful. Broke people typically don’t get sued.

Bear in mind that the ‘justice’ system today has very little to do with justice.

It’s about government prosecutors or some twisted, amoral, money-hungry lawyer convincing 12 strangers on a jury that you’re a terrible person.

And during the discovery process of a lawsuit, EVERYTHING is up for grabs. A court can literally subpoena your entire life, including your emails, files, financial records, etc.

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Chances are they can find something in all that data to make you look bad.

Then there’s the other never-ending issue of government spying and the NSA archiving every kilobyte of data that passes across the Internet.

P/C PIXABAY

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