In my world, “sharing files” generally means exchanging business documents such as word processing files, PDFs, and screenshots—maybe the odd font or disk image. I may be atypical in that regard. I have heard stories suggesting that people sometimes share less-wholesome files, including pirated movies, games, and software. If you’re tempted to do that, I invite you to skip back to Take the Pledge and follow the instructions there for avoiding online stupidity.
Having dispensed with that obligatory disclaimer, the fact is that what you have to share is none of my business or concern. You may have digital content of some kind that, for any of numerous legitimate reasons, you want to share online, but for which you have a ...
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