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Spotify announces serious data breach – here’s what you need to know

27
May
2014

Spotify on Tuesday announced that a hacker had broken into its systems and used it to access internal company data. The company says that so far only one of its users’ accounts has been compromised in the breach so far, but it’s nonetheless taking extra steps to ensure its customers’ private data stays safe. First, Spotify is going to some users “to re-enter their username and password to log in over the coming days” as a general precaution. Second, it’s going to send notifications to Android users to make sure they download the latest version of the app onto their phones, although it says it’s planning no such action for iOS and Windows Phone users — in other words, this seems to be a

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