hollowface, you're welcome!
The cool thing I learned after installing the client (was disappointed at first because only on one PC), the Google account only needed to be activated on the first PC. On any more, all one has to do is install the Insync client, which is a downloaded .deb file. Glad that I found this out, I commented in the article in regards to this, and a friendly assistant of the project in Terence Pua advised me what to do to install on other computers.
She also stated that an option for OneDrive (yes I know unpopular with many of the Linux crowd) will be added 'in the future'. While I could care less about W10, there is no Microsoft 'Special Forces',or 'SWAT' squad. While they do actively look for items of illegal nature & these will be removed & possibly be handed over to law enforcement, Google does the same. There are some who uploads files for downloading & a warning will appear that the file is inaccessible, a violation of Google's Terms of Service, or copyright infringement. So Microsoft is not the only one looking for illegal files that to folks like us, appears to be legit.
What likely blows their cover, is not simply storing the files, rather providing links for download, if many are downloading the file, Microsoft & Google will also get a sample & see what it's about. If illegal, the account holder may or may not be given notice, and may be closed for violating the TOS. Neither site is designed nor meant to be for wide open Web hosting (or the case with the Free ones), there's other sites for cloud storage where the files will be safer, that are paid for, according to space needed.
If one expects leniency from Microsoft or Google, one must cough up some cash for upscale plans, whether or not these are used in it's fullest, then may consider keeping the account open. They're like any other business, cannot survive off of charity accounts. Which is why I don't abuse the privilege, have never linked downloads from either, also wish to keep my Drive folder names confidential.
The free account works across all of your PCs. You don't need to re-redeem it on the 2nd PC. Just install Insync and login with the same gmail account and you should be good to go.
OneDrive is something we will be adding in the future.
That was great of her to respond to meet my need, and above the call of duty, considering the service is being licensed.