Speaking Point: Recent events such as the shutdown of MegaUpload and the release of Google's Drive product have raised questions about the security of data on the web and what rights cloud hosts have in the data.
Speaking Point: MegaUpload shutdown lesson number 1 - work with reputable providers.
Speaking Point: MegaUpload shutdown lesson number 2 - backup everything.
Speaking Point: MegaUpload shutdown lesson number 3 - know where your data is stored and deal with vendors who keep your data in the U.S. where it is subject to U.S. data protection laws.
Speaking Point: Secuirty matters. Find out what levels of security the provide at each step in the transmission? Do they require strong or frequently updated passwords?
Speaking Point: Read the fine print. Most products claim no rights in your content other than to transmit them as you request Google claims the right to make derivative works.