After digging into Grammarly's privacy policy, this Reddit user decided to uninstall. Why? He found that Grammarly...

1. Collects everything you type into the browser w/the extension
2. Can store that data indefinitely
3. May share it with 3rd parties

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@DuckDuckGo @ryandaniels

Most organizations I’ve worked for over the years have forbidden the use of these types of tools including text translators. For exactly this reason. They’re seemingly benign but are very serious data leak vectors.


I am astounded how quickly people give away sensitive private data. Trust comes too easily. This level of collection shouldnt even be allowed...

@DuckDuckGo this is interesting mostly because I thought this was obvious

@DuckDuckGo > grammarly chrome extension
> chrome extension
> chrome
and complains about privacy
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