No, but this would be one of the few times I'd love to see a class action lawsuit. Intel has been selling us CPUs with a specified amount of processing speed and for all of these years because of this bug those CPUs will no longer be able to match those specs.
Rebates should be given out automatically based on the cost of the CPU on systems and an average slowdown for the market that they used the machine for (home use, corporate desktop, server, etc).. Large companies such as Apple, Dell, etc have records of who they sold computers to and it would be a quick first step to get money to people. Others who bought from smaller shops, couldn't be reached by the big companies, or bought parts would have to submit receipts.
Intel keeps doing this and keeps getting away with this. They will still do this unless there is a huge financial penalty for them. With this they could slow down a large proportion of the world's computers and have nothing happen to them.