You still can’t block followers on Spotify, and users are not happy


Spotify’s social features are what set the streaming giant apart from its competition, but now, those same features are the root of a very real problem: harassment.

As reported by BuzzFeed this week, unlike other social media platforms, Spotify does not allow its users to block followers from viewing account activity — which has created a new avenue for abuse and intimidation. 

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The piece shares a story from Meghan, a 26-year-old who has been excessively targeted by someone from a previous relationship. 

Spotify did remove the messaging feature in 2017, but the activity feed that shows followers what music you’re listening to remains.  Read more…

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