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ReadyNAS from netgear and their policy.

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Found this on Russian website, what do you think?

http://www.readynas.com/kb/faq/misc/netgear_remote_access_policy
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I hereby authorize support personnel or authorized representatives of NETGEAR, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively, NETGEAR) to gain remote access of my NETGEAR equipment to help diagnose and repair operational problems. I understand that such support action cannot be guaranteed of its success and may yield partial or total data loss. I also understand that NETGEAR will have access to any and all data, including personal or confidential information, that might reside on my NETGEAR equipment. NETGEAR will attempt to keep such information confidential. By allowing the remote access, I agree to hold NETGEAR and its representatives harmless of any wrongdoing or negligence of any kind. I agree to hold NETGEAR and its subsidiaries and affiliates, and their employees, consultants and representatives, harmless and release them from any liability, wrongdoing or negligence of any kind. In no event will the liability of NETGEAR arising out of its actions to attempt to remotely access, test and/or repair your equipment exceed one US Dollar. Any dispute with respect to the above provisions shall be subject to binding arbitration in Santa Clara, California USA and the prevailing party shall be awarded its expenses for such action, including attorney fees.

Edited by DiNet - 11/4/12 at 11:42am
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Sounds like people need to a little bit more independent and not rely on "ready" systems. Make your own NAS with a small box and some 1TB HDDs.
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