Swedish data-protection authority launches Spotify GDPR investigation
Posted on: 13 juin 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

There may be trouble brewing for Spotify in its home country, with the Swedish data-protection authority (Datainspektionen) launching a review of how Spotify handles requests for people to see what information it holds about them.
“The authority has become aware that there may be some shortcomings in how the company handles registry extracts, including that the extracts are not complete, and that the information is not sufficiently clear,” explained its announcement.
This is sparked by last year’s GDPR legislation in Europe, which gives people stronger rights to request and see the data held on them by digital services.
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Source: Music ally

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