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Dave544

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  1. I completely agree. I started the post because I love the product and don't want to leave. They have delayed the planned change to the privacy policy and now I am not leaving but I am a lot more cautious. What I would like to see is a more comprehensive overhaul of their privacy policies so that nothing like this happens again. I am very happy they have conveyed the structure of how they will address privacy. I like that they are partnering with the Future for Privacy Forum. They seem like a good fit for Evernote users as they try to find a balance between functionality and privacy:
  2. The good news is they are scrapping the January 23rd Privacy Policy change and will be taking a look at both user privacy and machine learning. https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2016/12/15/evernote-revisits-privacy-policy/ I am not cancelling my account yet, but I am doing research on other alternatives to Evernote because I think there is a profound disconnect between their strategy and their users. Machine learning and lax privacy controls are detrimental to long-term users. If you have been using Evernote for years you have developed your own organization system. It could be tags, nest
  3. Not according to Evernote's own privacy policy. They absolutely could under certain very reasonable circumstances. I have put the text that changed in red: Current policy: Do Evernote Employees Access or Review My Notes? As a rule, Evernote employees do not monitor or view your personal information or Content stored in the Service, but we list below the limited circumstances in which our employees may need to access or review your personal information or account Content: We believe our Terms of Service has been violated and confirmation is required or we otherwise
  4. Good afternoon. I joined Evernote on January 4th, 2012 and shortly thereafter I became a Premium user and have been very happy with your service. I've recommended your product to family and colleagues and I use it every day. I've given talks at workshops on how I use Evernote to manage projects and how it has allowed me to go paperless. I even bought the Evernote Edition Scansnap Scanner. In short, I am a big fan and I am very sad that I have to leave now. I've read the news reports and your press releases about allowing your employees to access your customer's notes. We've heard th
  5. Their policy is fairly standard and has no mention of employees reading your content: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Privacy-Statement-for-OneNote-079048bf-34e7-4921-9030-4698496ba82f?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US Bear is another app that I am looking at and they have been tweeting up a storm in response to Evernote's press release: http://www.bear-writer.com/faq/Sync/Syncing & privacy/ This is the current privacy policy from Evernote and I have no problem with it whatsoever: https://evernote.com/legal/privacy.php This is the new privacy policy that I have an issue
  6. Good afternoon. I joined Evernote on January 4th, 2012 and shortly thereafter I became a Premium user and have been very happy with your service. I've recommended your product to family and colleagues and I use it every day. I've given talks at workshops on how I use Evernote to manage projects and how it has allowed me to go paperless. I even bought the Evernote Edition Scansnap Scanner. In short, I am a big fan and I am very sad that I have to leave now. I've read the news reports and your press releases about allowing your employees to access your customer's notes. We've heard th
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