As a result of feedback from you, our customers, we have decided to withdraw the changes we announced in this post. In addition, Evernote is committed to being a leading advocate for Internet privacy and to set the bar for us and other companies that have the responsibility to protect your data. Read more about the steps we’re taking to exceed your expectations as we move forward.
“Trust is at the heart of our service. That means we need to be transparent, admit our missteps, and commit to making the Evernote experience the best it can be, from the way the app functions across platforms to the way we communicate with the people who use it.” This was the message from Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill today.
Evernote remains committed to the following:
- Evernote employees do not and will not read your notes without your express permission.
- Evernote complies with the law in ways that keep the privacy of customer data paramount.
- Our “Three Laws of Data Protection” remain intact: your data is yours, it is protected, and it is portable.
This is the standard that we aim for and we appreciate our users for holding us to it.
To discuss this change or ask questions, please visit the Evernote Forums.