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Reasons not to use

Evernote can read the contents of users' notes under various circumstances, and the notes can be subpoena'd from Evernote without the user's having a chance to object. We know this from Evernote's statement that it planned to start reading customer's notes from time to time. Evernote cancelled those plans in response to objections from customers, but that doesn't alter the fact that the state can subpoena from them from Evernote.

For your privacy's sake, keep all your notes in your own computers.

A secondary problem of is that accessing it in the usual way requires the user to run nonfree Javascript software. There is an experimental free client program that works for some usage, but it can't create an account; the only way to do that is through the site's nonfree Javascript code.

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