Spotify's Invasive Privacy Policy

Spotify’s Invasive “Privacy” Policy

The wildly popular music-streaming platform Spotify has grown to over 75 million subscribers, and many fans are complaining about Spotify’s invasive privacy policy. In their article about Spotify’s invasive privacy policy, David Goldman and Hope King of CNN Tech describe how Spotify discreetly tracks locations, collects photos, views contacts, and shares the personal data of its…

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Gmail Isn't Really Free

Gmail Isn’t Really Free

Google’s Gmail is the web-mail leader with more than 500 million people using the free email service. Gmail recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary and has been under scrutiny for collecting personal data to display customized ads to users. According to the article, “Why GMail and Other eMail Services Aren’t Really Free” by Heather Kelly, “Gmail…

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