LastPass has plenty of seriously better competition. It does not play well with Firefox which makes it completely useless for me and many other browser users who will not use browsers from Google or Microsoft (especially the latter).
Even worse, LastPass seems to require more permissions than many of its Firefox-friendly competitors do. Why the extra required permissions if not to track, build marketing databases, or simply annoy the end user with unwanted notifications or spam?
Any permissions not absolutely necessary for LastPass to provide its most basic function as a password vault utility ought to be labelled as optional and default to a disabled state unless the user expressly wants to activate a feature that is not strictly required for LastPass to perform its basic function.