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New Service Lets Users Store Porn in the Cloud

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Worried about your spouse snooping on your computer looking for your porn? Worry no more. (Continued below photo...)



Msamazing.com, a cloud service, provides users with up to a terabyte of online storage space for X-rated material, while providing round-the-clock access to any computer, smartphone or tablet. While there are a number of cloud services available, Msamazing says most don’t allow storage of pornographic material.

Once stored on the cloud, Msamazing users can delete the pornographic material from their computer, and no longer have to worry about being embarrassed should someone else discover their collection. The cost for the service ranges from a free subscription plan for five gigabytes of storage space to $19.99 a month for one terabyte of storage. For those really dedicated to their X-rated materials, the site can also be used to simply backup the pictures and video to ensure they are never lost. The site currently has more than 700 users.

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Chad Brooks is a Chicago-based writer who has nearly 15 years' experience in the media business. A graduate of Indiana University, he spent nearly a decade as a staff reporter for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago, covering a wide array of topics including, local and state government, crime, the legal system and education. Following his years at the newspaper Chad worked in public relations, helping promote small businesses throughout the U.S. Follow him on Twitter.