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Um...how do I put this...
Ok..I wanted to listen to some music. I downloaded Spotify and listened to some over the weekend. No biggie.
I'm one of those who rarely, if ever, reads the fine print. I connected via facebook so I'd save myself some typing.
I was on facebook and fb tells me a friend is following me on Spotify.
I know for a fact that Spotify told me it would not post on my behalf. So - how does anyone on this planet even have a clue that I used Spotify? This is not sensitive information, but I certainly don't need this information shared with anyone. I don't want my music choices displayed for anyone, and have no clue why anyone would want to see my taste in music.
So, how did this happen? Was it the using facebook to create the account? If I uninstall Spotify, will this remove the digital footprint that's been created of what I listen to and when I listened to it? I realize this is much ado about essentially nothing, but forgive me, I'm a private guy. What I listen to is my business. When I listen to it is my business. I guess that's what I get for not reading the fine print. I never, ever figured Spotify to be a social media instrument.