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Intel failed to disclose Meltdown and Spectre to government until flaws made public, Apple and others confirm

AppleInsider Thursday, 22 February 2018
Apple, Google parent Alphabet and Intel in letters to lawmakers on Thursday revealed a bit of background information concerning the recent airing of Meltdown and Spectre chip vulnerabilities, saying Intel notified U.S. cyber security officials of the flaws only after their existence was made public.
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