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Google’s new data storage service defies copyright protection

Google is looking to both revolutionize and standardize online data storage with a new service that will allow users to store documents and media, and access it remotely from other machines anywhere in the world. However, Google could be directly in the sights of large media corporations for allowing users to share their media through speedy remote data storage access.

No word yet as to a debut date; however, the new service will allow users a certain amount of free data storage and will offer larger storage capacities for a fee, and is designed around remote access from machines other than the owner’s main computer, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Specifics of implementation have not been confirmed by Google, however one representative dropped a tantalizing innuendo that the ability to access documents and media is important to utilizing web applications in consumers’ day to day lives.

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