Yesterday, we reported on a rumor from The Korea Times which gave us a look into what the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could include, which would be a 6.3-inch display and Samsung’s new Exynos 5 Octa processor. The article was probably one of the finest pieces of literature ever written on the Internet, which is why it pains us to see the content of that article make its way to a YouTube video without our permission.
We were alerted to the video by commenter oi mate, which has completely taken the article we wrote and used some kind of text-to-speech software, threw in some lovely images and created a YouTube video with out content, word for word.
Look – we love doing what we do as there’s nothing more rewarding than to bring you stories, hands-on articles and random things of interest that the Internet has to offer. But it’s totally not cool to rip off our content, throw it into a YouTube video and hope it becomes something popular enough where you could get paid for it. So, YouTube user “TechArena7,” expect to be hearing from Google very soon.
If you’re aware of any other content of ours making its way to YouTube in a similar fashion, please let us know either in the comments section below or via our contact email address.
Update: the video which was hosted here, has been taken down by the user in question
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