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In general, the form or medium or location in which you keep your writing has nothing to do with your copyright. Whether you write documents with a pencil and keep them in a drawer or save them electronically on your personal computer or on the Internet or chisel them into stone tablets and hide them in a cave, your copyright rights are the same. If you ...
Google Drive's terms state: “You retain ownership of any intellectual property rights that you hold in that content. In short, what belongs to you stays yours.” https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2733115
Any writing that you make available to the general public (whether anyone reads it or not) is published. That will prevent you from selling various "first" rights, which is what publishers typically want. If you haven't made it public, don't worry about it. Google Drive is just storage. As for the notes... You own the copyright to those, too, but those are ...
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