Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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Facebook would like to become that set of shoeboxes in the attic: A place to store all your photographs, even ones you have no intention of sharing with any of your friends. It's called Photo Sync and Google-Plus already has something like this. To be clear, you have to opt in. And while we're talking privacy there's this new patent, filed by Verizon.
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Facebook's Photo Sync, Verizon's new patent, and the government's Death Star

Facebook would like to become that set of shoeboxes in the attic: A place to store all your photographs, even ones you have no intention of sharing with any of your friends. It's called Photo Sync, and Google-Plus already has something like this.
Posted In: Facebook Photo Sync, Verizon, patents

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