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Intel faces more than 30 lawsuits filed over security problem

bizjournals Friday, 16 February 2018
Chip giant Intel Corp. faces 32 different lawsuits related to the massive security issues discovered last year that affects a huge swath of the company’s products dating back to 1995. Lawsuits have been piling up since the security exploits — called Meltdown and Spectre — were made public in January. Thirty of these suits are seeking class action status on behalf of consumers who bought computers vulnerable to these exploits. The remaining two suits are class action and relate to the company's…
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News video: Intel Says 32 Lawsuits Filed Against Company Over Security Flaws

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On Friday, Intel said that 32 class action lawsuits had been filed against the company in connection with the recently disclosed security flaws in its chips. The lawsuits claim that users were harmed by Intel’s “actions and/or omissions” related to the flaws, which could allow hackers to steal...

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