Former Duke and Duchess of Sussex have disclosed their worry regarding Covid misinformation on the Spotify platform.
Joe Rogan’s recent podcast on the platform has stirred this worry after hosting guests who vented scepticism towards the vaccine.
Some artists have had their songs removed from the streaming platform as a protest against Rogan’s latest podcast.
According to BBC News, Harry and Meghan, however, hinted at not leaving the platform even though they convey their readiness to engage in talks with Spotify so misleading content are not hosted.
The couple will be keeping to terms with their deal worth 25million dollars with the platform.
Archwell Audio, an audio production orchestrated by the couple in partnership with Spotify, released a podcast in December 2020.
But at the time they sealed a partnership with Spotify they had not revealed the money they would be receiving for their podcast.
Co-founder of Spotify, Daniel EK, posted that Spotify feels obligated to ensure that access to the medical community is broadened.
He hinted at Spotify making to outline vivid rules for content creators so they do not share misleading information.
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Joni Mitchell asked for her songs to be removed from Spotify due to Covid misinformation hosted on the platform.
She wrote on her website that this misinformation could cost people their lives especially since such misinformation could justify anti-vaxxers.
On the 26th, Neil Young voiced out his displeasure towards Spotify giving Rogan a platform to talk misleadingly about Covid.
Mitchell however stated on Friday that she was in support of Neil Young and fully backed his call for music removal.
She further said it also meant she was standing by the medical communities that have proffered health solutions for a long time now.
Source: BBC News