It includes a plain language introduction to provide a “healthy dose of clarity and context”.
“We took note of many people’s comments that they appreciated the clear commitments in the blog post that were easier to understand than some of the details of the policy itself,” Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says in a blog post.
The controversy surrounded Spotify’s updated list of data it would collect from users, including photos, locations and voice recordings.
The updated policy now splits the information into two categories: the type of data that all users must submit, and the information only needed for additional features.
“We’re just explaining to you that one day we might ask you for that permission.”
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