Diebold knew of legal risks

Man, these people must be completely run by PHB's and marketing droids:

...despite warnings from the state's chief elections officer, Diebold continued fielding poorly tested, faulty software and hardware in at least two of California's largest urban counties during the Super Tuesday primary, when e-voting temporarily broke down and voters were turned away at the polls.

Attorneys warned firm that use of uncertified vote-counting software violated state law

(link) [Oakland Tribunevia Politech

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