Here’s What You Should Now Use Instead of Sketchy Evernote

Troy Aossey/Getty Popular note taking app, Evernote, updated its privacy policy with a small, but potentially terrifying caveat: all your notes are open to reading by human employees. This news is a great reason to avoid Evernote. Advertisement Starting on January 23, 2017, Evernote says the shift to machine learning means the service will collect data and then adjust and offer you services based on how you use Evernote. New reliance on machine learning technologies to improve the service means that “human review is simply unavoidable” in order to “make sure that our machine learning technologies are working correctly.” You can opt out of offering your data to machines when using the service, but—and this is a big but—human Evernote employees can still read your notes. For journalists especially, the…

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