San Francisco, CA -- It's the kind of complaint that would give the willies to anyone who has even thought about storing personal documents, photos and other stuff on an online drive. Google is trying to face down beefs that the user agreement for their Google Drive service might cause people to lose the rights to their own material.
Tech blogs and Twitter users zoomed in on a clause in the user agreement that seemed to suggest that all users' content stored in Google Drive would automatically become the intellectual property of Google. But it appears that isn't so. The language in question is standard legalese -- which gives Google the legal rights it needs simply to send a user's own material from its storage drive to its rightful owner.
Google Drive site: http:s://drive.google.com/start