I remember reading somewhere that our emails in Gmail are safe from destruction (even if one of Google's server farms got burned by terrorists or something) because the data is basically replicated and stored securely in multiple multiple places so the data will never be gone. And there is no need to backup our emails in Gmail (unless we are worried that our passwords are compromised but that is a totally different issue).
I want to use Blogger as my "online cloud storage device", basically I want to have a place in the cloud where I can store data (and easily edit/add data from anywhere anytime). The problem is that this data is important and I cannot afford to wake up one day and have it gone.
Does the data (our blog posts) in Blogger provide the same kind of "data-security" as our emails in Gmail?
I know that Blogger is owned by Google but are there any official documents/terms describing the "safety" of our data with Blogger?