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Howdy folks, I just had a hard drive failure and was mostly able to recover my important stuff. I'm looking to store my stuff on some kind of redundant system that I don't have to manage. Is anyone able to recommend a cloud storage solution with the following features?
1. > 40 GB data for < $20/year
2. Encrypted, no-snoop, fully-private storage with ironclad TOS such that I could be comfortable uploading my tax histories or other documents that list my full social security number or bank account and routing info. I don't need subpoena immunity but I'll take it if offered.
3. Local sync features comparable to OneDrive or Google Drive on Windows and Android. Bonus points for Linux support.
4. Three nines availability. This service must be as available as my Internet service.
5. Must not be known for losing data. Services which lose bytes of my stuff are useless to me.
6. Stable financials such that the company isn't likely to close up and leave me out in the cold within 10 years.
I make a living exploiting the things you can do with an Earth that's not flat. The fact of the matter though is that it's not round either; it's lumpy and oblong and has these dense parts and floppy parts and the whole mess is just about as not-flat as things can be. Did you know that gravity is not constant? Not only does gravity vary geographically:
but it also varies over time, both on a 12-hr cycle tracking the tides and on a 5.9 year cycle tracking the variation of Earth's rotational rate. It's very inconvenient.
I had to update for some other system issues but note that this is currently a thing: http://en.fah-addict.net/news/1-drivers/402-warning-do-not-update-your-nvidia-drivers-to-version-375-xx/
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