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A Moroccan photographer is suing Huawei for using his picture without permission on Facebook to promote the Huawei Y5 Lite smartphone.
The photo, featuring a man on a beach wearing a djellaba (which is a traditional Moroccan garment), accompanied text on the company's Facebook page that read: "Get great shots with the 8 MP Camera of the Huawei Y5 Lite."
The photographer behind the entrancing photograph, Aziz Acharki, is suing the company for using his photo without his permission.
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The company, in turn, claims they received the picture from Unsplash, a free stock image site. Executives from Huawei stated that the company is not, "obliged to credit the author or pay him, according to the rules of Unsplash."