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I am interested in purchasing extra Google storage to use in storing mainly photos and videos.

Is it possible to keep everything I store private with Picasa or Google Docs?

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You are aware that in many 'online storage' solutions T&C's that any uploaded content will become legally theirs? (not necessarily the one mentioned) – HaydnWVN Feb 15 '12 at 13:55
No actually I was not aware of this. Do you use any cloud solution to store photos and videos? What would you suggest? Thank you. – Phil Feb 15 '12 at 15:21

Yes! Both those sites are able to keep their contents private - you are in control of the security settings.

I would suggest picasa for photos and videos because it is aimed squarely at those formats.

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