Evernote’s New Privacy Policy Says Their Employees Can Look at Your Notes

Evernote, the popular note-saving platform that has gone through some major changes in recent years, like most recently limiting basic accounts and raising prices, issued a privacy policy update this week that is rightfully raising some eyebrows. In the newly minted privacy policy, Evernote admits that if you use its service, its employees have the power to view your un-encrypted content “for the purposes of developing and improving the Evernote service.” Let me say that again – Evernote employees can look at your content because you have chosen to use Evernote. The new privacy policy goes into effect on January 23, in case you were wondering. Once that happens, and you potentially decide that you aren’t a fan of Evernote employees viewing the items you have saved to their service,…


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