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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by aevelasquez, Sep 18, 2014.
The only relevant part of that story is as follows:
"Just remember any data that's been transmitted, or stored on a cloud server (which in this day and age is almost all of it) will have quite probably been intercepted by the NSA anyhow"
All the encryption talk is just lip service.
Theres plenty of things I don't send over to cloud servers, I barely use them at all in fact.
The funny thing about "the cloud" is that clouds are often associated with rain, storms, and destructive things like hurricanes. Not sure that "the cloud" was the best associative term for storing and accessing data from the netherness of server farms.
Kind of ironic they are called server farms when all the data is in fact farmed.
I can't think of server farms and not think of the fields from The Matrix.