Add an option that allows a user not to upload their personal data (notes, prayers) to Logos' servers
In the previous suggestion, Bob stated "If you still feel strongly about this you’re welcome to create a new issue and vote for it, but at this point I think it’s time to close this case and redistribute the votes." I feel that this is still important, so I am suggesting this again.
Please see Bob’s original reply at https://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-7/suggestions/660833-add-an-option-that-allows-a-user-not-to-upload-the
His second paragraph has become more true since 2011.
I will say I understand Bob's position from a business stand point. It will be impossible to make everyone happy in dealing with something like this. The main issue for me would be who has access to the notes and prayers other than myself or someone looking over my shoulder. What I mean is can some one at Logos open the notes and prayers and read them regardless weather it is legal or ethical. If that answer is a definite no then there should be no issue at all, if that answer is we trust our employees to not do that sort of thing then something needs to be done to protect the privacy of people, especially the prayers.
Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) commented
Potential idea is community pricing (or kick starter) of an encryption feature for Logos Now subscribers, which enables Private Prayers and Private Notes that can be synced across devices along with requiring user confirmation before decrypting contents and Program Setting for time allowed for access: e.g. 3, 5, 15, ... minutes.
Tom Collinge commented
Here is a link that implies that the U.S. is looking at what data companies are collecting from its users. Because notes, prayers, etc... fall into this cat., I thought I would also post the link here: http://techland.time.com/2012/02/23/does-obamas-online-consumer-privacy-bill-of-rights-get-the-job-done/
@Stephen One user has (by definition) one set of notes, layouts, collections, etc. If you need two distinct sets of notes and layouts, you may be two users. (If you haven't seen it already, here are Bob's thoughts on the subject: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/341/3265.aspx#3265)
Stephen Paynter commented
Yes, I will add my vote for this too.
As my wife and I both use the same Logos account, we don't want to see each other's layouts, notes, searches, etc.
(BTW: Thank you for the nod that this was an okay interpretation of the Logos licience: I really do appreciate that - it has enabled me to invest heavily in resources for the best Bible software around.)
Tom Collinge commented
This is the second time this has been suggested. Here is a link to the first: http://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-4/suggestions/660833-add-an-option-that-allows-a-user-not-to-upload-the