ScuttleMonkey from the better-lawyers-instead-of-better-products dept.
elBart0 writes "Diebold has decided to sue the commonwealth of Massachusetts for choosing a competitor to provide voting machines for the disabled. Diebold wants to force the state to stop using the machines immediately, despite the upcoming municipal elections in many towns. The commonwealth chose the competitor based on an open process that included disabled groups. Diebold executives appeared confused when encountering election officials who made an intelligent choice."
Stinginess with privileges is kindness in disguise.
-- Guide to VAX/VMS Security, Sep. 1984