business arrangements, the company found time to put ads on some users’ lock screens. Thanks to the impending U.S. People began complaining about these ads on June 12, with multiple people on across the UK, Germany, South Africa, and more showing their lock screen with a Booking.com image and text at the bottom promoting travel deals. The ads “should not be appearing on lock-screen interfaces.”
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Huawei recently got caught placing ads on people’s lock screens. ban, Huawei’s got a lot on its plate right now. Just a couple of days after these complaints came pouring in, Huawei reach… Amidst building its replacement OS for Android and figuring out how it’ll survive without U.S. Huawei says it’s now removed them. Wtf fuck this pic.twitter.com/6dAUeu17Jf— Alex (@ValexWhoa) June 13, 2019
In other words, not a good look at all for Huawei. #Huawei has turned the random landscape backgrounds on the lock screen into ads. The ads were for travel site Booking.com.