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Doesn't seem to address my two biggest requirements (1) non-US jurisdiction and (2) zero-knowledge at-rest encryption. For me, those would be the biggest selling points for a new Dropbox-like service.

Whilst they do mention they have various levels of strong encryption, they also mention (in the privacy policy under "Collection and Storage and Use of Private Data Files") data deduplication, which indicates they still have visibility and could be served with an NSL or FISA order.

Why don't you create a truecrypt file, and store it in copy.com? For me, copy.com solves my storage needs as they grow for a decent price, then truecrypt would privatize my files leaving them 100% in my control.

generally, file level encryption (encfs/boxcryptor or ecryptfs) plays nicer with file based sync services.

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