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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1808 Bye, privacy: Evernote will let its employees read your notes
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 users won't have individual control over it.

The change a push by the company to enhance its machine learning capabilities by letting a select number of employees view the private information of its users to help with the training of algorithms.
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#1812 0-days hitting Fedora and Ubuntu open desktops to a world of hurt
#1811 Mobile ransomware: How to protect against it
#1810 This $300 device lets you steal a Mac encryption password in 30 seconds
#1809 Hit by ransomware? No More Ransom portal adds 32 more free decryption tools to help you
#1808 Bye, privacy: Evernote will let its employees read your notes
#1807 DNSChanger exploit kit hijacks routers, not browsers
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