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(Samsung Galaxy A71, Windows 10)
My Question or Issue
I got emails saying my playlists had been taken down. Below is the text of one of the emails:
We have found the following content to be in violation of our content policies, and we have removed it. Please see our Spotify Terms and Conditions of Use for more information.
(Playlist url code)
The big question is: What is it about? What was the violation and why am I allegedly in breach of Spotify's Terms and Conditions of Use?
I've been using Spotify on the Premium plan for years, and that's just now (and with my biggest playlists). They lost their name and photo. My playlists have become the second largest in the category they are in, so I have strong suspicions that the takedowns are due to malicious reports.
I humbly and kindly ask for an explanation of what happened and why it happened and a solution.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Hi there folks,
Thank you for your posts in the Community. We're sorry to see that you've been having these issues.
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