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What's stopping an app from using another platform's storage, for free?

This isn't something where there will be a law that says "you can't use facebook for hosting", that will be left up to the contract between facebook and you, i.e. their terms of use. You ...
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What's stopping an app from using another platform's storage, for free?

If you intend to allow your users to store the images in their own Facebook/Instagram/Dropbox/etc. accounts, then there is no legal hindrance to develop such a system. On the other hand, if you intend ...
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What's stopping an app from using another platform's storage, for free?

It's an interesting idea, not for the commercials but for potential anonymous distributed storage. The problem of course is you would run afoul of the Terms and Conditions of any site you used and ...
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