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Local US newspaper The Sacramento Bee reported today that Ken Hamidi has lost his fight against Intel. Although Hamidi, as reported here earlier, had forced Intel to back down on sueing him for money, or for being a nuisance, a judge in Sacramento said today that he was not allowed to bombard Intel employees with email. Intel said that Hamidi was virtually stalking the halls of Santa Clara and trespassing on its property by sending many of its employees unsolicited emails. Sacramento judge John Lewis upheld Intel's claim that Hamidi should not do so in the future. Lewis said in his judgement that Hamidi had trespassed on Intel territory. The case is likely to be pursued in higher courts and could become a test case. ®

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