Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Spotify investor and former Facebook President Sean Parker had some harsh words for his favorite social network: its problem isn’t privacy, it’s that some of its most active users are leaving for other services.“”The threat to Facebook is that power users have gone to Twitter or Google+,” Parker told the Web 2.0 Summit — because, he says, Facebook isn’t giving them enough ways to manage a glut of information. Parker also defended Spotify’s decision to integrate the music service with Facebook, requiring users to sign up with a Facebook account. “It gives Spotify access to Facebook’s roughly 800 million users,” he said in an interview with Federated Media’s John Battelle.
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