Feb 222014
 February 22, 2014  Posted by  Business, Surveillance

Brian Donahue reports:

The online storage service Dropbox has amended its privacy policy at least in part to better address increased concerns regarding how the service perceives, responds to, and handles government requests for user-data.

The new government data requests principles come as part of broader and fairly standard terms of service and privacy policy update in which the company says it wants to be clearer about the ways it handles user data. As far as government requests for that data are concerned, Dropbox says it plans to be transparent, fight blanket data requests, protect all of its users, and provide trusted services.

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