Why you should care about Google’s cloud mirroring policy
It’s an ongoing debate over what exactly is considered a “cloud mirroring” service, and whether it’s even legal.
But one Google spokesperson told Mashable that “cloud mirrors are currently not legal, because they are not required to provide the same level of privacy as Google’s other services.”
What does that mean for you?
There are plenty of cloud mirror providers out there, from Google to Amazon, Amazon CloudFront to Microsoft Azure.
But for now, they are only allowed to be used with Google’s own products.
Google Cloud Mirror is a service that provides a set of services for users to upload photos to Google Cloud Storage, which is the company’s central cloud storage.
There, users can upload and retrieve photos from Google’s photo-editing service Photos, which can then be viewed and edited by other users on the Google Cloud.
Google’s official policy on cloud mirror apps is very clear: “A cloud mirror is not a Google service, nor is it an Amazon, Microsoft, or Google cloud storage.”
Google Cloud mirror apps do offer a few things that aren’t necessarily legal: The Google Cloud storage services are licensed by Google and are subject to certain terms and conditions.
The services aren’t available to everyone.
If you’re not from the US, your photos might not work in Google Cloud mirrors, for example.
The service doesn’t support all features.
Google doesn’t say if the services will work in different countries.
But if you’re from one of the world’s most repressive countries, there’s a good chance that your photos won’t work in the cloud, too.
So if you live in the US and are looking to upload some photos to your cloud storage service, Google recommends you choose the Cloud Mirror option.
If not, Google says that users are welcome to use Google Cloud Upload.
But the company also warns that Google’s “Cloud Mirror services are not secure.”
You might also want to read our story about why you should pay attention to privacy and cloud storage privacy, including the “privacy cloud” privacy cloud, which Google has started using in the last couple of months to test its security policies.
Cloud mirroring services aren://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/aug/14/google-cloud-mirror-cloud storage-security-policy-apparent-security The Guardian has a guide to what you need to know about cloud mirror and cloud backup apps.