Moving Baloo forward
thiago at kde.org
Sat Feb 22 18:34:38 GMT 2014
Em sáb 22 fev 2014, às 10:37:04, GEO escreveu:
> > Is the metadata any more sensitive than the data itself? If you're copying
> > a file to an unencrypted filesystem, then the data is no longer secure.
> You could a share a document not containing any personal information (a
> third party document stored on your hdd), but the comments or tags could
> contain information you do not want to share with others.
It's just as likely that I may want to back up my data with the metadata.
Also, considering many file formats support embedded revisions and comments,
before sharing stuff you should always run a cleaner. Many a big company were
caught putting out documents in Microsoft Word formats where one could read
older revisions and comments.
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