Spotify‘s new privacy policy has some of its users a bit concerned. The streaming service company is now requesting permission from its users to access many personal details.

Though it is vague as to what exactly Spotify will collect, the company essentially wants to have access to your photos and who you talk to:

“With your permission, we may collect information stored on your mobile device, such as contacts, photos, or media files. Local law may require that you seek the consent of your contacts to provide their personal information to Spotify, which may use that information for the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy.” – Spotify

Spotify’s new feature, Spotify Running, matches users’s music to the pace of their running. Under the new privacy policy, Spotify requests to collect information about the user’s location, via phone GPS or bluetooth. The company will also collect sensory data, such as the speed of your movements:

“Depending on the type of device that you use to interact with the Service and your settings, we may also collect information about your location based on, for example, your phone’s GPS location or other forms of locating mobile devices (e.g., Bluetooth). We may also collect sensor data (e.g., data about the speed of your movements, such as whether you are running, walking, or in transit).” – Spotify

Although users can look into their Spotify preferences to change certain settings, Spotify asks that you do not use their services if you do not agree to the updated privacy policy. You may be able to stop the company from sharing the information they collect from you, however it seems the price of the free service is your personal information.

Since the company’s announcement of the new policy, Spotify Founder and CEO Daniel Ek has apologized for the vague language used in the new privacy policy and explained in better detail how the permissions will be used.