Dec 142016
 December 14, 2016  Posted by  Business

Carl Velasco reports:

A recent change in Evernote‘s privacy policy this week is causing quite a bit of tumult among its user base, and a reasonable stir, at that. The updated privacy policy will allow select Evernote employees to access and read user content as fodder for improving its machine learning technology.

Even more startling is that Evernote employees have always had access to user data, though this largely ran unnoticed.

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