Symantec Tries To Delete Cyber Lab's Antitrust Suit

By Nadia Dreid (November 27, 2018, 5:29 PM EST) -- Symantec Corp. on Monday urged a California federal judge to toss an antitrust suit accusing it and other cybersecurity firms of conspiring to boycott a software lab because its testing would reveal serious flaws in their own products.

The cybersecurity firm told the court that NSS Labs, a firm that analyzes security software for flaws, can't prove that Symantec's standards development procedure is a violation of antitrust law in and of itself, nor can it prove that the procedure restrained trade in a way that was unlawful.

"This court should not permit itself to be roped into NSS' attempt to avoid...

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