You can't Believe What Samsung Smart TVs Are Doing Now

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Please if you are using Samsung Internet enabled Tv, be careful.
A few days after Samsung made headlines when it was learned that its smart TVs were able to listen in on owners' conversations, the electronics maker is back in the news for similarly negative reasons.
Users of the company's Internet-connected smart TVs have reported on social media that mysterious ads are popping up while they watch content stored locally and while watching video on third-party apps. Specifically, people have cited Pepsi ads appearing both on local content and when using apps including the Australian video app Foxtel.
"After about 15 minutes of watching live TV, the screen goes blank, and then a 16:9 sized Pepsi ad (taking up about half the screen) pops up," wrote a professed Samsung smart TV owner on Foxtel's support forums. "It's as if there is a popup ad on the TV."
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