This is beyond me. Accounts, documents, photos and more are now frequently stored not on paper or a computer’s hard drive or a “stick” but in something called a “cloud”. Does anyone know where this is? What this is? (I’ll have to remember to ask a ten-year-old.) However it works, data stored in the “cloud” can be accessed by multiple devices and shared across platforms. Of course, this raises the question of data protection in the interest of privacy, so information is encrypted and passwords are created. Apparently, these clouds are only so big. But they somehow miraculously expand if I pay for more “storage”. It is all rather wonderful and far beyond my capacity to grasp.

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