The judge expedites our case

So, in case you haven’t heard, my friend Luke Smith and I are suing Diebold for trying to use copyright law to suppress their internal company memos that expose questionable business practices. We are being represented pro bono by lawyers from Stanford’s Cyberlaw clinic.
Today the judge set an accelerated schedule for our case, which seems like a good thing, since we would like to have free speech again as soon as possible 🙂

I asked the folks at the Electronic Frontier Foundation to link to the website for our club, the Swarthmore Coalition for the Digital Commons, and they said they would… which would rock! It’ll be like a permanent Slashdotting! Ooh, Branen and all the other SCCS sysadmins are going to kick my butt for this one…

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