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Google Photos Just Made the Case for Breaking Up Big Tech

A new policy perfectly illustrates a core issue across the industry

New Google Photos icon.
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After five years of Google Photos offering unlimited, free storage of “high-quality” compressed images, Google announced on Wednesday that its policy is changing. Starting next June, any new photos you upload will count toward the 15 gigabytes of free…

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Will Oremus

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