Students Stand Up to Diebold

Targeting Diebold with Electronic Civil Disobedience
Wired News: Students Fight E-Vote Firm

Diebold has been sending out cease-and-desist letters to force websites and ISPs to take down the memos [describing the company’s awareness of the security flaws in its e-voting machines], which the company says were stolen from its server in violation of copyright law. It has been using the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, or DMCA, to force ISPs to take down sites hosting the memos or sites containing links to the memos.

Ernest Miller: Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign