NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- You'd figure that by now, Google (GOOG) would know if it were peeking at all our stuff or not. But, sadly, it doesn't.
I am one of the tiny fraction of the billions of Google users who actually pays to use Google. My shop is among the 4 million or so firms forking over $5 per user per month for access to Google Apps for Business.
For my firm that adds up to roughly $600 a year. For that, I get Google's never-ending slate of business services, including Docs, Speadsheets and, starting last week, the clearly doomed Google Drive. (That's the online data syncing and back-up service, an attempt to compete with other bound-for-the-woodshed syncing services such as Dropbox, Microsoft (MSFT) SkyDrive and many, many others.)
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