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AbortAbort

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  1. This is good to hear! With a heavy heart I would have left Evernote if you pushed the changes forward. This being said, this whole ordeal got me thinking about the sensitive information I put my Evernote and I'm still a bit worried. The whole aspect that my data isn't encrypted on your servers and can be viewed by others is still something that's hard to accept. I would like to see that you shift your policies towards privacy and security. Meaning our data is only accessible by ourself on our devices. No side entrances, no we can provide a better service of we do some magic on our server, no ... Just be a great note taking and searching app, and provide a encrypted synchronisation platform to support it.
  2. I've used Evernote for many years now. From snipped recipes to very personal information and business stuff under NDA's. I always called it an extension of my brain. I have a premium account, because I believe in paying for services I rely on and I trusted that this gives companies to have a viable business mode, the whole "If you're not paying for it, you're not the customer." concept. This news got me worried, not only about future situations but also the current. I kinda expected that my data would have been encrypted, but learned here that's not the case. I must say that's shocking. I'm always very restrained with using services and putting content online, but Evernote was always a no-brainer for me. I hope Evernote hears the concerns and acts on it, because they'll lose paying users. €60 for a service as Evernote that has my privacy and security as primary focus, not a problem. €60 for a service as Evernote that I only (can) use for snipped recipes and grocery list, no way.
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