Wow, this is difficult to sort out. I will give it my best shot.
There are two parties: , A person investigating the voting machine industry
Diebold, Inc. a contractor that provides and services touch screen electronic voting machines.
The investigator (think Cathy Bates character from Primary Colors), found a whole ton of Diebold memos that seemed to indicate that the voting machines were incredibly unreliable and insecure.
She posted them on her web site.
Diebold threatened her ISP and her ISP removed the files. I love the google cache because all the stuff taken down can be found there:
I have a really tough time believing that all the information on her web site is true. But, if even 10 percent of it is true, then I wouldn't want my elections handled by this company.
So here we are again back at truth. After watching Capturing the Friedmans, renting Rashomon, and thinking about how we can never know the truth because human flaws get in the way, I started to wonder if there was some kind of book I could read about the nature of truth. Turns out, there is an entire branch of science devoted to the subject. It is called Philosophy. More later.