Another Aging Lefty Rocker Is Attacking Joe Rogan and Spotify

Spotify has faced more criticism for its decision to keep Joe Rogan’s podcast on the platform. Neil Young, an artist challenged Spotify’s decision to keep Joe Rogan’s podcast on the platform. Spotify has removed his music.

And now, singer Joni Mitchell also asked that her music be removed from the platform.

“Irresponsible people are spreading lies that are costing people their lives,” Mitchell said of her decision. “I stand in solidarity with Neil Young and the global scientific and medical communities on this issue.”

Via their foundation, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also expressed “concerns” about the platform’s ability to combat misinformation online.

According to an Archewell spokesperson, “Last April our co-founders started expressing concerns at Spotify about all too real consequences from COVID-19 misinformation.” CNN. “We continue to raise our concerns with Spotify regarding the need to implement changes on its platform in an effort to alleviate this crisis of public health.”

According to the spokesperson, “We are looking to Spotify for this moment to fulfill and we will continue our collaboration as it does.”

Both were able to make a deal with Spotify to host podcasts, but the pair continued to criticize it.

According to a spokesperson, “Since Archewell’s inception, we have been working hard to solve the current-day global misinformation crises.” “Hundreds of millions suffer daily from serious misinformation and rampant misinformation.”

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek stated that the company would now include a content advisory for podcasts that reference COVID-19. Once the user has clicked on it, they will be taken to medical and health information.

“We know we have a critical role to play in supporting creator expression while balancing it with the safety of our users,” he said. “In that role, it is important to me that we don’t take on the position of being content censor while also making sure that there are rules in place and consequences for those who violate them.”

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