In 10 Minutes, I'll Give You The Truth About Samsung 'blocks' Exploding Note 7 Parody Videos
Samsung seems to have documented copyright claims against YouTube recordings taunting its reviewed System Note 7 handset.
Numerous gamers have showcased a change to computer game Terrific Burglary Auto V, in which sticky bombs were exchanged with detonating Samsung telephones.
In any case, some have reported that their recordings have been hindered on YouTube taking after a copyright grievance.
Samsung has not yet reacted to rehashed BBC asks for input.
Faultfinders have cautioned that attempting to expel gamers' recordings will just attract more regard for them.
The Universe Note 7 was reviewed and ceased in October after reports that a few handsets were bursting into flames.
One US gamer - known as DoctorGTA - said limitations had been put on his YouTube account as an aftereffect of Samsung's dissension.
"It will take three months to get the strike expelled from my channel... I got my live stream taken away," he said in a video.
"On the off chance that I present a counter-warning to say 'sue me', I ponder what they will do. Will they sue me, the child that has disease and recently profits off YouTube playing a computer game?"
"It truly sucks, since I truly buckled down on this channel."
A few viewers cautioned that Samsung was at danger of conjuring the Streisand Impact - a term used to means expanded attention as an aftereffect of endeavors to evacuate humiliating on the web content.
It was initially utilized as a part of 2005 by Mike Masnick, organizer of the site Techdirt, taking after a fizzled endeavor by vocalist Barbra Streisand to sue a picture taker who posted a photo of her ocean side home.
The first download page for the Stupendous Robbery Auto V change, made by player HitmanNiko, has not been taken disconnected.