Content-rights flap muddies debut of Google’s cloud storage

Google responded to internet chatter after the release of Google Drive.

Google is already facing spasms of suspicion and confusion as it tries to persuade educators, students, and others to entrust their personal documents, photos, and other digital content to the company’s new online storage service.

That became apparent shortly after the April 24 release of the long-awaited Google Drive service.

Before the day was over, technology blogs and Twitter users were picking apart a legal clause that made it sound as if all the users’ content stored in Google Drive automatically would become the intellectual property of Google Inc.…Read More