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+ - Online Storage With a Twist->

Submitted by mssmss
mssmss (899298) writes "For a long time, I have been looking for a way to securely store my files online without being tied to a single vendor — whose survival my storage depends on. It looks like Wuala has a way to do this according to this story in the Economist. They use donated disk space of users to scatter your encrypted files over multiple computers."
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