Spotify, one of the leading music streaming applications worldwide, wants to end all third-party versions that go beyond the limitations of its premium plans. This is a struggle that the company has had for several years, and that way it loses a good part of its profit.
For the most knowledgeable in this area, it is known that there are several pirated versions of applications, as well as premium options without having to spend money. On the one hand, it seems like a good idea, but of course all these versions are punished by the company itself or even by the law.
According to the portal TorrentFreak, Spotify is submitting a set of DMCA requests (Digital Millennium Copyright Act), against several of these sites, which have options to have the premium service illegally.
The requests were made directly to Google, aiming to eliminate several sites from the search results on the search engine, thus making access to this type of information more difficult.