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Samsung Sending Out Copyright Warnings Regarding Rumors




Lately, a bunch of leaked press photos of Samsung's upcoming products have been surfacing. We've seen the company's new phones, headphones and smartwatches.

According to Max Jambor, Samsung is now tired of it and has started sending out copyright warnings to those who publish photos and videos showing the company's unannounced products. He believes that this "is just the beginning".

Evan Blass also says that Samsung has chosen to have a more aggressive approach to leaked material.  Others say that Xiaomi went the same way.  According to the statement, this mainly applies to those who originally publish the material and not blogs and YouTube channels that republish the content.



Samsung today started copyright striking images and videos of their unreleased products. Some of the leaked images will dissappear within the next few days

    This is just the beginning ©️🚔😄https://t.co/MMpdXdJFQq

    — Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) July 7, 2021



t's not a good idea to embed these tweets. With Samsung taking more aggressive action against leaked material, it doesn't make sense to leave the tweets up indefinitely.

— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 7, 2021


Apple, Xiaomi and Samsung, too, it looks like.

I truly feel for leakers, but as a normal techie I wouldn't mind leaks disappearing so companies could actually surprise us with product launches https://t.co/jNxgQVntJ5

— TechAltar (@TechAltar) July 7, 2021




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