And now, Piracy on the cloud

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It had to happen. TechCrunch reports about this new service from Turkey called Put.io that practically invites the pirates around the world by making their job much more convenient.

It’s an online storage service that collects files from Rapidshare, Torrents, RSS feeds and plain vanilla sources into your 50 GB space. It also allows you to access these files and enjoy any videos and music from multiple devices including your computer browser, various mobile phones and media players including the iPhone/iPod Touch, and even game consoles like the PS3 and PSP.

The idea is really innovative and amazing. But the sad thing is that all I can think about is that the infinite scope of piracy will probably ruin it.

Put.io is in private beta right now and will be launched as a paid service. Head on over to TechCrunch for a first look.

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