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Bruno Batista

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  1. I am still a paying consumer, and I am willing to see the alternatives. That post was useful for me.
  2. It isn't just an opt-out option. Even in that mythical opt-out, they still will be able to see our personal notes at least in 2 expressed terms: (a) if they suspect that there is any violation of the service by the user; (b) if the government ask. (a) if they "suspect" there is any service violation, but in the end they find that the user didn't nothing, the damaged already will be done, they had seen the personal notes of an innocent; and who are they to lead a private investigation in users personal notes without a judicial order? It is like if you suspect of your boss (yes, we are as consumers theirs boss in the limits of the contract) and starts to read his letters trying to find something. It is a violation of our privacy and the constitutional rights that protects us. (b) in which case they will send our notes for the government and for which government? I mean, all will need is a phone call of any agency or they will need a court order? The only legal and legitimate way to give any information for the government is after a judicial order, under the due process of law. Another question, which government will be able to ask? If the Chinese government ask for informations of an user that lives in the USA, will they provide? And if the USA government ask for information of a Russian citizen, will they give? It is not explained. All those thing will be happening undercover, without a warning (I presume they will not be spying on us 24/7), they will see and provide personal informations without tell the users and give chance for defense. It is under the right of consumers information that before they take and after they took a tactical look in the users data, they at least send an e-mail warning. That privacy agreement must be rethinked. Till there I will need to find an "off line" note alternative, crypt the data base, and sync the data with Dropbox or SpiderWoak, and dell with OneNote for more simple and noncritical notes. If I have to drop the service by a change of the company police, I will demand proportional refund, as I didn't gave the reason to finish the contract. That's why I am a lot concerned.
  3. So, are you guys moving to GDrive? Why not OneNote as a note taking app? They even have a migration app.
  4. Actually, it is new to Evernote, knowing that they didn't do that is why I was using it. Now I'm concerned.
  5. Hello, I read that Evernote, even after revising the police, will still be able to see personal notes contents in case of government request or when they "suspect" that we, users, are violating the terms of the service, is it true? I paid for an year service, if you change the police and I want to cancel the service, do you will give us proportional refund?
  6. Thank you, will wait for the ticket, but a solution could be let us export the note to iTune in future updates or let us copy and paste audio notes between notes.
  7. I made a note with Evernote for iPad recording several audio files, the huge one has 23Mb, but in the end the note become with more then 100Mb (limit for premium users). Now I can't sync with Evernote because the note exceeded the limit, I can't export the note because when I try to do it the Evernote crashes (same trying to send by e-mail), I can't copy the audio files into a new note to split into several notes because, I don't know why, it does not allow me to copy and paste it into a NEW note, just in the SAME note. Is there a way to save the audio files into my computer? Thanks.
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