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+ - Spotify announces single user hacked, no personal data stolen.

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Announced on the company blog, CTO Oskar Stål apologized to users that there has been a security breach at Spotify, where some systems and internal company data was accessed without permission. Evidence given suggests only one Spotify user's account was accessed and that no security or payment information was taken. As a security step, Spotify have announced they are releasing an updated android application over the coming days as well as requiring some user's to re-enter their login details."
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Spotify announces single user hacked, no personal data stolen.

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