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Old 06-21-2011, 04:50 PM   #5
toolio
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From Drobox:

I would say the fact that they mistakenly left their system wide open Sunday for four hours is a bigger concern. I say that as a Dropbox customer. On the issue of employees poking around files, here is what Dropbox says about that.

"Dropbox employees are prohibited from viewing the content of files you store in your Dropbox account, and are only permitted to view file metadata (e.g., file names and locations). Like most online services, we have a small number of employees who must be able to access user data for the reasons stated in our privacy policy (e.g., when legally required to do so). But thatís the rare exception, not the rule. We have strict policy and technical access controls that prohibit employee access except in these rare circumstances. In addition, we employ a number of physical and electronic security measures to protect user information from unauthorised access."
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