From The Atlantic:
On Twitter, Nick Seaver, an incoming anthropology professor at Tufts University, pointed that the social costs of Spotify’s privacy policy emerged from social and technical limitations. “The creepiness isn’t in using GPS for the running feature or whatever, it’s in asking for GPS access independent of a specific use,” he wrote. “In normal social interaction, you can tell someone where you are for a while without giving them ‘forever access’ to your location.”

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