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No NSA Muffin Basket: The Full Code Conference Video of Dropbox's Drew Houston

Also "bro" culture and how the innovative storage startup stays ahead of the bigs aiming for it.

Asa Mathat

As promised, we’re posting the full videos of interviews from the recent Code Conference.

A new video of one of the many stellar speakers for the event, which took place three weeks ago in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., will go up every day. (You can see a compilation video of the speakers here.)

Today, we give you Dropbox co-founder and CEO Drew Houston, who talked about a lot of things, including the NSA’s surveillance program (where he noted “they don’t send a muffin basket” when spying starts), Silicon Valley’s “bro” culture, and how to stay competitive with all the big companies like Google, Apple and Amazon aiming directly at Dropbox’s innovative storage business.

Here’s the full video of the Houston interview with Liz Gannes and Walt Mossberg:

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