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What if there is an EMP? We all lose everything right? tongue.gif Anyways, yeah, at least have one solid copy of your really important information on back up HDD/Home server. If the information is that critical, then you will protect it to it's importance... if not, it can be replaced.
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What if there is an EMP? We all lose everything right? tongue.gif Anyways, yeah, at least have one solid copy of your really important information on back up HDD/Home server. If the information is that critical, then you will protect it to it's importance... if not, it can be replaced.


Just because something isn't the most important thing in the world, doesn't mean you don't want it.

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This. wheee.gif Gotta love mediafire.


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post #74 of 100

This is why I will never trust cloud services especially when it comes to data storage.

post #75 of 100
I know this is a stupid question but...

Do those "Lifetime" and current user get their refund? tongue.gif
post #76 of 100
lost the backup of my server frown.gif i want megaupload back makes me cry every night (jokes) but it does make me sad a lot
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lost the backup of my server frown.gif i want megaupload back makes me cry every night (jokes) but it does make me sad a lot

i also have it backed up on my flash drives smile.gif)
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I have absolutely no sympathy for anyone who is complaining about the loss of their data. You should have known better and for you to should have regularly backed up all data on more than one location. People who have lost life time of work, photos and music etc should only have themselves to blame. The only sympathy I have is that they are out of pocket after paying for subscriptions to the MegaUpload service.

When it comes to the deletion of the data, I am not famaliar enough with American law to know whether it is legal or not.
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post #79 of 100
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Originally Posted by TFL Replica View Post

This is why I will never trust cloud services especially when it comes to data storage.


I'm pretty leery of "the cloud" myself, but MU also had use as essentially a software repository (like in the case of Android ROMs, mods, etc.) I don't see that as being any different than software stored anywhere else for users to download...all downloadable content sits in "the cloud" in some respect.

 

But yeah, using the cloud as backup isn't my thing.

 

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Quick update, the data will safe for 2 more weeks.
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In an update a few hours ago, MegaUpload lawyer Ira Rothken told TorrentFreak that after talks with the various parties involved the data has been saved for at least two more weeks.
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