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It’s not going to happen, but actually, yeah, I do think it would help clarify the concept in some ways. It makes it clear that you are putting a lot of trust in “someone” else (corporations are people, my friend). It also might encourage people to consider encrypting their own data instead of hoping the “someone else’s computer” is secure. Another way to phrase it that might be fun is, "So, you store all of your data on the internet?" Yes, it is simplistic, but cloud is such a buzzword these days that many people never actually give any thought to what it means.