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Old January 8th, 2013, 01:57 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Think of it this way...It's far more likely your phone will be lost or stolen than your cloud storage will be hacked. If the phone is lost or stolen but locked cloud storage is still safe. But the info on a card is available even if the phone is locked.

I have no problem with cloud security. I stash copies of everything in the cloud. But Iím not stupid - nothing is stored there with social security or bank account numbers.

And these days, unless I'm waaaay out in the boonies I always have internet access. It's 2013.

A year or two ago I wouldn't buy a phone with no SD slot. But I now have a Nexus 4 and don't miss it a bit.

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