describes a company called Calamu, whose
“safe harbour” technology hashes, compresses, encrypts data, and
then breaks it up into three fragments with redundancy. Then it
re-encrypts them and stores them in in three separate locations,
using different public clouds ... or local file systems.
Calamu says Protect doesn’t store a complete file in any one
location, giving customers full control over who can view their
data — even if subpoenaed. That means it cannot be surreptitiously
acquired by US law enforcement or intelligence agencies.
Now, where have I heard that before? Oh yes ...
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