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+ - Dropbox Says Privacy-Savvy Users Should Add Their Own Encryption->

Submitted by Carly Page
Carly Page (3529197) writes "When asked for its response to Edward Snowden's claims that "Dropbox is hostile to privacy", Dropbox told The INQUIRER that users concerned about privacy should add their own encryption. The firm warned however that if users do, not all of the service's features will work."
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Dropbox Says Privacy-Savvy Users Should Add Their Own Encryption

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