Intel Beats Microprocessor Security Flaw Suits For Good

By Ben Kochman (July 8, 2022, 7:23 p.m. EDT) — A federal judge in Oregon has dismissed a multidistrict lawsuit accusing Intel Corp. of knowingly selling microprocessors containing security flaws for the third and final time, eliminating an already cut-down version of the suit.

After receiving new evidence from Intel following a January ruling that the tech giant delayed disclosing the alleged flaws after they were discovered in 2017, U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon concluded that the remaining allegations were either too “speculative”. to move forward or overlap with other requests that have already been rejected.

In an 18-page decision on Thursday, Judge Simon acknowledged that the court had “erroneously” interpreted…

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