Of course, Snowden risked everything to whistleblow files that most people at the NSA (with the same clearance) had access to. But in this hypothetical case it’s a private Google Drive that a special Google employee has decrypted and is rifling through. But Dynalist, and whatever cloud they store your files on, is not a concern? So you’re mitigating against internal rogue actors, a super-Snowden if you will, with an axe to grind against you. But at the same time you’re trusting Dynalist.io. Both are already stored on encrypted cloud drives, decrypted with your password. But you’ve cherry-picked companies that you want double-encryption for, and apparently want to hand the keys over to a third company (dynalist) to hold? Dynalist could literally be running on Google Cloud Platform as we speak, what then? Maybe they use AWS, do you trust Amazon? Security is only as good as the weakest link and right now it’s not the backups. I am a fan of security and encryption but I don’t see what dynalist encrypting the backups really gets you in the grand scheme of good security practices. One less vector of attack I suppose but not much else.