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Despite holding the threat of legal action over college students and ISPs involved in publishing information about flaws in its electronic voting systems, Diebold has now retracted its threats and is looking to settle a suit brought against the company by those it threatened. North Canton, Ohio-based Diebold agreed in federal court not to sue or send any further legal threats to anyone who publishes an embarrassing corporate e-mail archive that highlights flaws in Diebold's voting machines and irregularities with certifying the systems for use in elections.
This article forgot to mention that Diebold retracted from its DMCA threats only after Rep. Kucinich posted the Diebold information on his government website http://www.house.gov/kucinich/issues/voting.htm
And anyone doubting that Diebold machines have not only serious security flaws, but that they are actively manipulated in elections, should read http://www.ecampuscenter.com/diebold.html
Just another breakdown in our constitution and civil rights! Rigging the elections via the software, Maybe the punchcards weren't so bad after all. Our government is on the verge of becoming a Dictatorship every day.