We all know by now about the news leak about The Last of Us 2, which has sparked the web between those who want to actually know what these spoilers are and those who, rightly, try to avoid them as much as possible in order not to spoil the experience.
Many youtubers have made videos for talk about this situation, without actually dealing with the spoilers and therefore without talking about the leaks that have been published, yet apparently Sony doesn't like this either.
INCOMING ANGRY RANT! Sony is now going after people simply DISCUSSING the leaks. UNACCEPTABLE!
- Joe Vargas (@AngryJoeShow) May 2, 2017
With Sony apparently issuing DMCA takedowns for Last of Us leak discussion, we review the company's recent history of using the law to (try to) bend reality to its will.#VirtualLegality:
- Richard Hoeg (@HoegLaw) May 2, 2017
As reportedin fact, a notification has arrived in recent days removal request through DMCA, although the videos actually do not contain spoilers but only discussions about what happened and the consequences this can bring.
It would therefore seem that Sony really wants to cover it up, avoiding not only that the leaks are spread, but also even that we talk about it. Is it a fair or exaggerated practice by the Japanese company?