• Noo
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    161 month ago

    Archive.org if you are looking for a public place.

    If you are looking for private use, I would recommend taking a small/old PC and run Yunohost with Nextcloud.

    Also all depend on the stuff you’re talking about…

  • Corroded
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    1330 days ago

    It depends what you are after.

    Even though Google has a long history of killing their products I doubt they’d do it to Google Drive anytime soon. You could upload it there and make it publicly available. Proton Drive is newer and preferred by a lot of people for numerous reasons. It has a 5GB limit. You could probably use that.

    I feel like the key is having at least one other place where it is in the event one service dies.

    That said there are paid services out there that would likely keep your files indefinitely and are unlikely to shutdown anytime soon.

    • @[email protected]
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      329 days ago

      Google would likely be the subject of several lawsuits from other companies big enough to damages them if they just suddenly pulled the plug on Drive without an off ramp time. So even if one was worried, they’d have to have time to move the files somewhere else.

  • impure9435
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    121 month ago

    Create a torrent, it will stay up as long as someone keeps seeding it.

  • @[email protected]
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    111 month ago

    Free trials on most cloud storage providers should be free and remain forever* as long as you occasionally keep the account active.

    Obviously, nothing is forever, providers might go bust, close their free tiers etc.