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Spotify is cracking down on family plan sharing — again. According to a new set of terms and conditions for the plan that the company published back in August, Spotify is now requiring the primary account holder and everyone else on the plan to show proof that they reside at the same address, which it will now confirm from time to time” by asking users to verify their addresses, as spotted by CNET.
— Shouldn’t this feature be called household sharing”, then? Why would Spotify define a family by whether they occupy the same rooms on a regular basis?
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