HP's printer cartridges have a device build in that causes them to self-destruct after a predetermined amount of time, a lawsuit filed by a Georgia woman alleges.
The time bomb chip is secretly programmed to prevent the cartridge from working properly, which could be even before the ink holder is inserted into a printer.
The suit is seeking class action status and demands restitution, damages and other compensations.
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