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"Spotify's new privacy policy generates unnecessary outrage"
By Thom Holwerda on 2015-08-21 13:03:51

An ill-timed Spotify privacy policy update has generated an online backlash against the music streaming service just days after the messy Ashley Madison leak. With privacy firmly in the minds of internet users this week, Wired jumped straight on Spotify's new policy to brand it an "eerie" agreement "you can't do squat about."

My CDs never ask me to agree to a privacy policy.

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