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Evernote reverses controversial privacy policy but damage is already done

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Evernote has decided to “revisit” its controversial privacy policy following a swift backlash from its users. 

In a statement on the company’s blog, Evernote said it would no longer be implementing the privacy policy it had previously announced and that its machine learning updates, which necessitated some employees read portions of user notes, would be solely opt-in.

The update comes one day after Evernote CEO Chris O’Neill said the company “communicated poorly” about the proposed changes but didn’t back away from the changes, which he said would improve the company’s note taking software.  Read more…

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