freedomMany web sites let you store everything from e-mail to files to pictures for free, but only Google tells you how to move your data once you stop using their services.

Admittedly, Google’s new service, the “Data Liberation Front,” can also help you move your files into Google services like Gmail, YouTube, and Google Reader, but at least Google is a trying to make it a two-way street.

Google claims they want people to choose their services, not be forced into using them. They are also leading the charge on data liberation in the hope that other companies follow suit.

Google’s Data Liberation Front Details How to Free Your Data from Google | Lifehacker

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