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On Easynote we take your privacy and security very seriously. Read more below.

We trully belive in privacy and security. Now more than ever we need to make sure that our customers are feeling safe and secure. Therefore we are investing huge resources in Easynotes safety and security so you as customer can feel safe using our product and to makes sure your data is safe. Read more below how we are doing this.

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Privacy on Easynote

Privacy on Easynote We have a lot of companies who are using Easynote and we really care about our users and their privacy. Before we launched Easynote it was one of the first things we looked at to see how we can protect our users and their integrity. We started to investigate where we could store our servers and what country was protecting their customers. The choice fell for Germany.

Our servers are in Germany

There is a good reason why we selected to store our servers in Germany. Germany has one of the stricted rules in the world when it comes to share data with someone else and it really cares about their citizenz and customers. There are strict rules how to handle personal data, how datacenters should store the data and what is required in order to get this data. More information can be found here:


Do you share my data with anyone else?

We are not sharing and we will never share your personal data with any third parties.

Google user data

We have implemented some Google services on Easynote such as login with your Google Account, Google Calendar and Google Drive. The information Easynote stores is your Calendar id, Google id, access Tokens in order for you not to resync everytime you are using our service. Easynote can not use any of this data for further use and all data is encrypted. We NEVER share any of our data with anyone else. Once you unsync your Google Services or delete your account with Easynote all your data is deleted from our database including any Google services data. Your data are stored in Germany on our servers and it's not shared with anyone in any shape or form and it will never be.

What happens when i delete my account?

Your data will be permanently removed. Everything from Easynote related to your account will be removed from our servers. No logs, no files. Everything is gone and can not be recovered by anyone!

Security on Easynote

Security on Easynote

Equaly as privacy is important but security is even more important. We fully understand what you store on Easynote can be sensitive and not be shared on viewed by anyone else. Easynote requires highest possible security and this is constantly our nr1 priority.

We are using SSL

As you can see probably in your browser if you are using Google Chrome it's saying "Secure". This means the data you send from your browser to our server is encrypted and can not be read by any companies or governments. This is keeping you communication safe.

If you want to read more about SSL please visit following link: https://www.sslshopper.com/why-ssl-the-purpose-of-using-ssl-certificates.html

We encrypt your data

Your data is encrypted on Easynote so not even our developers can access anything.

Access to our servers

When it comes to access to our servers there is only 2 technitians who can access our servers and the only way to login to the servers is remote from only 2 computers in the world. We have implemented this to keep any unauthorized people to even try to access to our servers.

We hope now that you feel even more comfortable to use Easynote and we will soon offer the option to have Easynote locally installed in your company.

We are GDPR compliant

GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. These are the requirements that Easynote fulfils for GDPR.

Easynote is GDPR compliant