@BartG95 @rysiek I know you aren't asking me, but I would either choose:
1. fully disabled Intel ME. Governments can request this from Intel, and I'm sure news media can, too.
2. Non-Intel chipsets. But watch out, because other chipset manufacturers are alledged to have installed similar control systems.
@aeveltstra @rysiek @BartG95 Not quite. It's just one particular kind of deliberate backdoor, which is very hard to get rid of.
The proponents of backdoors apparently believe only the government will have access to them, and the government won't allow to use it even the local police departments. — Very wrong. It is the case only at the beginning: soon literally everybody on Earth, who wants, will have the access.
And in fact the vulnerability was in the integrated HTTP server, no less:
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!