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How to Encrypt a Document Stored on Google Drive

Google Drive may not let you encrypt individual Google Docs, but there are still ways to protect your security and privacy. Here’s how to keep your Docs from prying eyes.

By Whitson Gordon

If you want to keep your files safe from prying eyes, encryption is your best bet—especially if you’re going to store those files in the cloud, where data breaches and…

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