Reddit users have been sharing personal information about them for months, including the names, email addresses, phone numbers, and even locations of their friends and family.
This month, Reddit decided to add a feature that lets you store these info offline.
A Mega Personal Account is basically an account that lets users manage their data, but it’s limited to their username, picture, and other details.
Reddit has already made a few announcements about the new feature, but the company has yet to say much about it.
But what does this mean for personal information?
Reddit will be able to share your name, photo, and email address with third-party companies and third-parties in the future, according to the company.
The third-Party Information Sharing Policy explains how these third parties will share your information: The third party will share information about you with third parties for the purposes of administering the service, for delivering content, for advertising, or otherwise.
This includes sharing information about your interests, activities, demographics, interests in a particular location, location, and interests in your family members.
We may also share information with our partners for other purposes.
We will use your personal information to deliver ads to you or otherwise serve you with targeted advertising.
This information will be used for the following purposes: To provide personalized content and services, including email marketing, social media marketing, and messaging services.
To analyze data for personalized content.
To provide the content and/or services that you request or that are provided to you.
To perform analytics on your usage of our services.
The new Mega Personal Accounts feature will let you store information for up to three years.
That means you’ll be able store up to $2,500 worth of information on your account.
That data is protected by a three-year data retention policy.
It’s not just that the new features will allow Reddit to share data with third party companies.
Reddit is also going to be able share your email address and other personal information with third entities, including companies that make services like credit cards and gift cards.
Reddit users are already allowed to store information about themselves on their own personal accounts, but they have been able to do so for some time.
Reddit’s CEO says that the company plans to make this feature available to everyone in the next few months, but we don’t have confirmation yet.
We’ll update this article as more information becomes available.