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Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill has had a long couple of days. The company he runs recently ignited a firestorm among its users when it announced a privacy policy change that would have required users to open up all their notes for analysis in order to take advantage of forthcoming machine learning features. “We let our […]

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Evernote is changing its privacy policy to let employees read its customers’ notes, and they can’t opt out. Users have until Jan. 23 to move their notes out of the company’s system and delete their accounts if they want to avoid the sanctioned snooping. Companies using Evernote Business can have their administrators opt out, but […]

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A potentially unwanted program (PUP) installs a fake Evernote that bypasses the security measures available in Chrome web browser, and starts spewing ads at the user.The name of the extension, Evernote Web, as well as its ID, is identical with that of the real component. Moreover, it directs the user to the legitimate entry in […]

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