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Facebook Buys a Private File Sharing Service

October 31st, 2010 10:46 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

writes “Facebook
has purchased most of drop.io
, an online content-sharing
service, but the social-networking giant sounds more interested in
acquiring the company’s developers than its technology. Drop.io is
a service that lets users create a ‘drop’ where they can share
documents, videos and other digital content. The user can set a
time for how long the drop will exist, decide who can view the
content, set permissions for who can alter the content and share
content in a variety of ways, including on Facebook.”

Source: Facebook Buys a Private File Sharing Service

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