In order to integrate MapClipper with Evernote you have to explicitly authorize it. You can do so from MapClipper's map saving dialog, using the authorization mechanism provided by Evernote itself. Once authorized, MapClipper will implement the integration by accessing to your Evernote notes and integrating them with clipped Google Maps images.
MapClipper will never make a full copy of your Evernote notes in its servers. The only personal information we collect is your Evernote's user name. When you clipped a map into Evernote, we collect the latitude and longitude of the location at the same time. We use your user name and those location information for us to do statistic only.
MapClipper's servers are located in the United States:
Your user name information is stored in your browser cookie. While the storage of map location information is done using a dedicated DigitalOcean server.
We are committed to protect the security of your information:
Your user name information is stored in your browser cookie in encryption format. We won't sell, rent or exchange your personal information with any third party under any circumstance.
We use the services of DigitalOcean for storing your data. In addition to our own measures, both MapClipper and DigitalOcean are devoted to providing highly reliable and secure systems.