One of the world's largest smartphone makers is being sued by the Dutch Consumers' Association (DCA) for its lack in providing timely software updates to its Android smartphones.
This doesn't surprise me, though.
The majority of manufacturers fail to deliver software updates for old devices for years.
"protect [its] consumers from cyber criminals and the loss of their personal data."
Majority of Samsung Handsets Vulnerable to Issues
At this point, I should mention that these are entirely valid claims.
DCA's Demands from Samsung
"[We are] demanding that Samsung provides its customers with clear and unambiguous information about this," The DCA writes. "Also, [we are] demanding that Samsung actually provides its smartphones with updates."
Response by Samsung
"We have made a number of commitments in recent months to better inform consumers about the status of security issues, and the measures we are taking to address those issues," reads the statement.
"Data security is a top priority and we work hard every day to ensure that the devices we sell and the information contained on those devices are is safeguarded."