Re: Re: Re: Makes me wish I went to Regal theaters before, so that I could stop now
"it is their responsibility as a business to find better ways of keeping us safe"
I disagree. It is their responsibility to show mindless, expensive entertainment without putting us in danger or being dangerously negligent. It is not their responsibility to find better ways of keeping us safe.
I agree that the underlying problem is the system of privacy policies, but Spotify's "clarifying" blog post doesn't do anything to resolve the problem.
2) It's saying "trust us". Maybe Spotify is trustworthy right now, maybe not (I honestly have no idea about their corporate personality), but the second that someone buys Spotify, all of that can change.
I don't think any of that is an overreaction at all. I'd like to see a lot more products and services eliciting the same overreaction.
These rulings don't remove anything from any databases. All they are doing is telling search engines not to include links to the pages in their search results when certain search terms are used. You can still find the pages using other search terms.
All of which only makes the law even more despicable.