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 Mar 06, 2007 - 09:07 AM - by Michael
* AMD: Intel destroyed antitrust evidence

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This could be painful for Intel if true: apparently Intel allowed some of the subpoenaed evidence in AMD's antitrust case to be destroyed.

Destroyed evidence is REALLY frowned upon by the courts.


AMD alleges that more than a third of 1,027 case-specific Intel employees did not receive instructions to retain their data after the 2005 case initiation. Of the individuals who retained data, AMD alleges the majority did not retain "sent" emails. These employees, dubbed "custodians," are persons of interest in the legal proceedings.

According to Intel, 217 of these 1,027 custodians have been "identified," and must retain all data as per instruction of the court. AMD has the right to identify another 254 employees for court scrutiny of data -- to date AMD has already identified 74 of those 254.

 

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