Am I Paranoid if I Do Not Trust Cloud Computing Stuff, and Online Data Storage?

Question by Veni, vici, Vetinari: Am I paranoid if i do not trust cloud computing stuff, and online data storage?
i don’t trust even the simplest online document translators (pdf->doc et), let alone storing my sensitive data somewhere online, while my notebook’s bundled software insists on doing so.

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Answer by Jake Jones
Buy an external hard-drive. Store it yourself.

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  1. Vin Diesel says:

    Use a thumb drive to store your data. Not external hard drives. External hard drives have moving parts. They wear out and quit. Thumb drives have no moving parts. Just a memory chip. It’s stupid to store anything on your computer or on line. Do it yourself.

  2. John Presto says:

    But what if the providers give you assurance of security of you data? check this

  3. Kurt says:

    The innocent will have nothing to fear. Except maybe the loss of their innocence and maybe their data.