Spotify purges R. Kelly music with ‘hateful conduct’ code
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After public anger over accusations that R. Kelly is a sexual abuser, Spotify announced this week it would remove the musician from its playlists under its new, “hateful conduct” policy. In a new era of social accountability, the decision led to a larger conversation about whether music services should consider an artists' behavior. Joan Solsman, senior reporter at CNET, joins Hari Sreenivasan.
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