Chasing down leakers isn't the most original thing ever, but it's not the most common either. Leaks are part of the industry and in many cases even help to increase interest around equipment. However, it seems that the korean giant no longer think so. In fact, Samsung will start chasing those who let leaks in smartphones or other equipment and those who publish them may also be at stake. This could be a real revolution in the communication market.
Samsung will chase whoever lets it escape and publish leaks!
Leaks are present everywhere. Weeks or months before a smartphone arrives there are always multiple leaks and a lot of speculation. However in the midst of all this those that generate the most readings are undoubtedly those related to Samsung or the Apple. In any case, they are part of it. For example, now that it's about three months before the release of iPhone 13, we already know the prices and specifications of these devices. The same goes for the next Galaxy S22.
Now things will start to heat up and Samsung will pursue those who steal the company's intellectual property
Samsung wants to end this and will make a big chase for leaksters as the site says GizChina. In fact, today it has already made available to distributors at an international level information to prevent the leak of new products. In fact, anyone who leaks any information is prosecuted! That is, a lot of information that is on the Internet about Samsung equipment will disappear in the coming days. What is not yet known is what will happen to blogs that share this information, even if they are based on third-party sources. Samsung hasn't clarified this yet. In any case, it is a measure that is as understandable as it is controversial. Especially if it involves media.
Where do leaks come from?
Distributors often have access to confidential information before others. And this is where things usually escape. But there are many other sources within the manufacturers themselves that are responsible for the leaks. I remember some things that happened with iPhones and with Pixel in that regard.
Apple has also started to tighten
the employees of Apple (not all) will start using body-mounted cameras, more or less, as happens with the police.
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