1) not everyone can use it yet (it tells me my drive isnt ready yet)
2) no linux fs driver..
sticking to dropbox for the time being
Jeschke [EFF's media relations director and digital rights analyst] went on to point out that users should be more concerned with who Google might be forced to give their files to, than what Google itself might do with their files. "In light of Megaupload, it's possible that users are worried about the wrong thing," she said. Files stored in the cloud can still be easily lost or subpoenaed without the users' knowledge, Jeschke noted, an issue that's often overlooked.
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