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Daily Dashboard | Is the Media Overreacting to Spotify’s New Privacy Policy? Related reading: IAPP releases updated 'Privacy Tech Vendor Report'

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Media reports emerged Thursday calling Spotify’s new privacy policy creepy and an “eerie” agreement “you can’t do squat about,” but in a column for The Verge, Tom Warren points out such analysis is an overreaction and spreads “FUD”—fear, uncertainty and doubt. Critics have pointed out that Spotify wants to collect photos, contacts or media files from mobile devices, but Warren notes that those critics are failing to point out that the privacy policy states, “[w]ith your permission” first. “Instead of spreading FUD … a reasonable debate around smarter and more transparent terms of use or even why all these apps constantly need this data would be a way to hold Spotify and many other companies to account.”
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