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Old 19th September 2019
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Re: Goodbye Flickr

Storage on a remote storage space which is managed by a third party is not a 100% solution, they are not working for you but for themselves.

I think one should have a minimum of 3 copies of the data, one in the machine, one external to the machine but always connected and one remote ie attached to the machine for a backup on a weekly basis and then stored in a seperate property ie a shed at the end of the garden or in a trusted neighbours proprty that is not contiguous with your property
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Re: Goodbye Flickr

Its the Clegg affect, try 500px
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Re: Goodbye Flickr

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Storage on a remote storage space which is managed by a third party is not a 100% solution, they are not working for you but for themselves.

I think one should have a minimum of 3 copies of the data, one in the machine, one external to the machine but always connected and one remote ie attached to the machine for a backup on a weekly basis and then stored in a seperate property ie a shed at the end of the garden or in a trusted neighbours proprty that is not contiguous with your property
Or in a Colin Furze 'Apocalypse Bunker'!


Well worth a view - the man's a genius!

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