I had a dream couple nights ago, and lightbulb went on.
What if we have a personal device, a pool that stores all of the personal chucks. The chucks cannot be open unless the owner opens it. The datamap is not stored on the harddrive. It is stored on ipfs or usb, which is effectively useless for everybody. The datamap encrypted password is broken up to three parts. One part goes to a friend, another part to another friend, and one for himself. Those friends will save the datamap on ipfs so the owner can retrieve it. He cannot open it until he gets the password from both of the friends. The owner does not know the password nor their friends. It should somehow insert the password seeing the password. So if crackers or gov want to access the laptop, they are free to do so but they will never find the information in there without the datamap. The laptop is useless to them. And the owner cannot retrieve it.
Bombproof computer. Thoughts?