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AMD had spy inside Intel Developer Forum

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RATHER THAN rely on reporters coming to see AMD after keynote speeches, the smaller chip company - known as Cheapzilla - had human bots in on the sessions.

So how do we know that the person we talked to was an AMD bot? The answer is that we were introduced to her, we recognised her, she told us, and we even had a conversation about meeting Cheapzilla during IDF.

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