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I want to make a proposal. I would appreciate, if EN would store the data of citizens of the EU in the EU. I know all the standard bla bla, how safe the data is. In fact it's not. Safe Harbor is over and we have now the Privacy Shield. But this is more or less the same, only with an other name. So as a non US citizen I don't have the control over my data. EN is holding the encryption keys and with the Patriot Act and FISA many people can have access to my data. And En can even be forced to keep the access secret. Some US companies even get money from the NSA for the access to the personal data of the customers. Legal backdoors. I don't know, if EN get also money for this, but after the last price "adjustment" I can imagine, that EN need badly money. Microsoft started to solve this problem by offering cloud services in the EU. This would be a feature that would be worth the price "adjustment".
As I find there is no sure method of internet content filtering on iOS, I use the iOS system restrictions setting to deny access to Safari, YouTube, and Installing Apps for our students. This effectively prevents them from accessing undesirable internet content on their iOS devices. However, I find that Evernote allows students to circumvent this restriction. By typing the URL of a website into a note, letting it format into a hyperlink, holding on the hyperlink, and then selecting "open", students can gain unrestricted internet access through Evernote's built-in web browser. (In fact, I registered for this forum and made this post using the same method on one of our locked iOS devices.) Could the Evernote developers please close this basckdoor functionality? All of us here really love using Evernote, and we'd hate to stop using it because of as small flaw. Many thanks.