Good to know. So, I suppose you would want to encrypt any data that was to be shared within a smaller group of trusted nodes, if any files added with the 'ipfs add' command are publicly viewable with a bit of snooping.
ipfs pin add command has the description "Stores an IPFS object(s) from a given path locally to disk." while the
ipfs get command has the description " Stores to disk the data contained [in] an IPFS or IPNS object(s) at the given path." These sound fairly similar.
Is it only the
pin command that downloads a copy of an object to re-distribute upon subsequent peer requests?
Also... If I upload a folder, say of a website, then I want to update a few files in that folder, how would I go about updating those files, and how would I keep a reference pointing to the newest version of that folder?