Two student activists and an Internet Service Provider (ISP) will ask a federal district court judge on Monday to stop the ongoing legal harassment of them and others in a case involving disclosure of flaws in electronic voting machines. The nonprofit ISP Online Policy Group (OPG) and two Swarthmore college students seek to prevent electronic voting machine manufacturer Diebold Systems, Inc., from issuing further legal threats against ISPs in an attempt to squelch publication of the embarrassing information.
Date: Monday, November 17, 2003
Time: 9:00am PST (press conference in front of courthouse after hearing)
Location: Federal Courthouse, 280 South 1st Street, San Jose, CA 95113 (near W. San Carlos St.)
Courtroom: Judge Jeremy Fogel, Courtroom 3, 5th Floor
Case: Online Policy Group v. Diebold (Case Number C-03-04913JF)
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