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  • @gelberhut@lemdro.id
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    2210 months ago

    Note about deepl: according to their EULA they collect all what you type there and use it for training their algorithm. They are much smaller that Google and co, what makes me thinking that your data could be more “visible” in the training results.

    The service as such is good, though.

    • WhiteHotaru
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      810 months ago

      I think this is only the case with the free version. Source: I worked with some big German companies which wanted to have an autotranslate function for their software. DeepL was the top choice, because the quality is very good and the data protection agreements for the paid service left no questions.

      • @gelberhut@lemdro.id
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        410 months ago

        Most probably this is correct. One can say the same about most enterprise targeting offers, for example by Microsoft.

        People who consider it for private usage should make decisions knowing such details.

    • @moitoi@feddit.de
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      10 months ago

      EULA they collect all what you type there and use it for training their algorithm

      This isn’t the case for some specific corporate contract for the pro version. But, it’s not publicly available.