redletterdave writes: "On Friday morning, BitTorrent launched a new free public service called BitTorrent Sync, which allows users to securely backup and sync files over the Web using BitTorrent’s platform as both a backup and shared drive. BitTorrent Sync is also highly secure and works across all devices, but unlike competing services like Box or Dropbox, BitTorrent Sync doesn’t use the cloud (which means that no third-party has access to one’s files), and also has no storage limits."
Given its constituency, the only thing I expect to be "open" about [the
Open Software Foundation] is its mouth.
-- John Gilmore