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The following content is not written by a lawyer. The purpose of this page is to inform the reader on the privacy and security implication of using this webapp.
This webapp does not ask for any personal information. It does not store your e-mail address nor does it permanently store any personal information. It temporarily stores your permission to access your Evernote account, which will be deleted within a day.For analysing the usage, this webapp uses Google Analytics.
In order to change your notes, we have to obtain access to your Evernote account. At no times we ask for your password or save any of your login information. We use the authentification via Evernotes OAuth service. We don't store any of your Evernote content (notes, tags, ...) or account information on our servers. Only during authentification, we log your Evernote username (and no other account information) in the server logfile for debugging purposes.
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We store two kind of cookies:
At the time of this writing, only the authorization with Evernote uses https connection. This means, that your note contents are currently transferred in clear text. This is due to the fact that Google AppEngine does not support https-connections for custom domains yet. If you need secure connections, you can use this webapp on its appspot.com domain: https://evernote-ascii.appspot.com.
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