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Spotify's latest privacy scandals

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What's the most privacy friendly option?

These are two real privacy practices from Spotify's privacy policy. What would you say is the most privacy friendly?

Option A
Participation in a Special Promotion is entirely voluntary. A Special Promotion may be governed by a privacy policy and/or terms and conditions that are separate from this Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions of Use). If the provisions of the Special Promotion's privacy policy or terms and conditions conflict with this Privacy Policy or the Terms and Conditions of Use, those separate terms and conditions or privacy policy shall prevail.
Option B
You can set your browser to refuse cookies, or delete certain cookies. This may impair or prevent due functioning of the Service. We may use standard Internet technologies similar to cookies like these: Clear GIFs: We may use “clear GIFs” (aka “web bugs”), which are small image files that we embed into our e-mail newsletters, to learn whether you opened or forwarded the...

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Spotify's main privacy threats

Your data might be sold

Spotify might sell your data to governments, individuals or companies.

Ads have your data

Spotify might hand information about you to advertisers for marketing purposes.

Data is kept forever

Spotify may keep your data indifenitely and never delete it.

Your data is misused

Spotify might use your data in ways you don't intend them to do.

How to delete your Spotify account and data

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Spotify's privacy policy, exposed

2 very concerning threats

1.98% of their privacy policy contains very concerning risks.

22 milder threats

As much as 21.78% of their policy is something you should be worried about.

0% privacy friendly

Only 0.0% of the whole document proves they're concerned about your privacy.

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