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I recently discovered, while googling myself, that I have a public spotify-profile with my profile picture from Facebook. I may at one point have connected my spotify-account with facebook, but have since removed the connection, but appearently Spotify still accesses my pictures.
How do I make my Spotify unpublic, and how do I remove the connection to facebook? Spotify is a great tool for listening too music, but I have no interest in having a public profile. There should be an easy way to disable this.
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Seems you had a half-deleted account created through Facebook. I've now deleted that entirely. But just a heads up - it may take a while for our system itself and the Google indexes to update themselves
Woah, this really, really sucks. I like sharing music with my friends on Facebook, but I have no interest in waving around my real name + nick combo on the internet for everyone to see. Surely Spotify could change this quite easily, only showing the nickname on the public profile page?