Docker could be set to delete all your files if you haven’t accessed them for a while


Docker has warned users of its plan to delete 4.5PB of container images that have not been used for six months or more.

The company is now able to free up some space on its servers as it recently added an expanded clause 2.5 to its Terms of Service that gives it the right to delete inactive images.

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