Evernote Is Backtracking on Its Controversial New Privacy Policy

Evernote is reversing course on an upcoming change in its privacy policy that upset a lot of its customers. The digital notes service said in a corporate blog post on Thursday evening that it will not let its employees read customer notes to improve its service unless users want to participate in the process. The privacy policy changes would have occurred on January 23, 2017. “We announced a change to our privacy policy that made it seem like we didn’t care about the privacy of our customers or their notes,” Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill said in a statement. “This was not our intent, and our customers let us know that we messed up, in no uncertain terms. We heard them, and we’re taking immediate action to fix it.” The decision…


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