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Novelist wrote:just my personal opinion
Creative work handed over to one of the worst data miners in history. Ridiculous.
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Portkey209 wrote:It's been a couple of years now, but I was just wondering if there was an update on this question?
I know that my work is copyrighted as soon as I create it. And that it's ok to show a text to an editor or agent before I publish it because there's no incentive for them to steal. (I'm getting my info from this post). I'm assuming that the same would apply to Dropbox, but it would be nice to know if everyone's thinking on this has changed since this topic was first posted.