Scott_F - 4:03 pm on Dec 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
Cloud-based data storage may represent another example of folks willing to give up control of their privacy and personal property in exchange for the benefits the technology delivers. It's NOT an example of that where users don't understand where there data is stored.
If you don't think that your cloud data isn't easily available and accessible to the state, see this article:
Government entities routinely obtain personal data from providers for $25-$30 per user.