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He went on to assure users that “Evernote employees do not view the content of user notes except in very limited cases,” and that “the number of employees who are authorized to view this content is extremely limited by our existing policies, and I am personally involved in defining them.”
“If you choose to participate in these experimental features, you’ll enjoy a more personalized experience. Select Evernote employees may see random content to ensure the features are working properly but they won’t know who it belongs to. They’ll only see the snippet they’re checking. Not only that, but if a machine identifies any personal information, it will mask it from the employee,” O’Neill said.
In a separate December 15 post, O’Neil said, “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.”
“The main thing to know is this: your notes remain private, just as they’ve always been,” it said. “Evernote employees have not read, and do not read, your note content. We only access notes under strictly limited circumstances: where we have your permission, or to comply with our legal obligations.”