I don't understand the Intel lawsuit at all, from the limited info in this article. It sounds like she's claiming Intel installed software "designed to monitor such things as mouse movements and clicks, pages and content views."
She claims this is related to visiting their website, which she visited 12 times.
First off, who visits the Intel website, unless you're a hardware nerd looking up CPU specs or reading press releases?
And why would Intel want to do what she claims? If Intel really wanted to spy on you, they could bury code in mobo chip firmware or microcode. What's the point?
And apparently there's several people suing. I'd like to see more details. Sounds like nonsense unless there's more to backup this story.
As an FYI she lives in a town a few miles away from me, so sorry. More Florida Man stuff.
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