The file is deleted somewhere between 5 and 365 days. The larger the filesize, the shorter the lifespan.
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In General, when you upload a file, we reserve the right to distribute that file on your behalf. Yet you hold responsibility for any harm the content might do.
After a file expires, it is completely removed, no traces remain on the server regarding the contents of the file. Certain data might be left over in the web server logs. (until their deletion) However there is no way to link a web server log entry to an uploaded file after it is deleted.
We will comply with all legal takedown notices about abuse or from copyright holders. We will also cooperate in criminal investigations (with the little information we store). We may share server logs relevant to said information. If you don't like that, run your own server.