In a bit of unfortunate news, ZDNet is reporting that a court in the Netherlands has rules that Samsung does not have to keep updating its smartphones. In 2016 The Dutch Consumers' Association, or Consumentenbond, sued samsung stating that they were obligated to provide security updates to smartphones at least 2 years after purchase, or 4 years after manufacture. Unfortunately Wednesday, The Hague administrative court ruled the case was inadmissible, as the Consumentenbond was trying to influence Samsung's future activities. I understand the court's reasoning, but it is still no good for consumers. The Consumentenbond also tried to get the court to force Samsung to give customers better information about its security practices. Again, it failed, but the organization's director, Bart Combée, noted that Samsung has recently started doing that anyway.