Diebold's After MeMy new novel Runoff is a cautionary tale about a mayoral election in San Francisco where the security on e-voting machines is defeated to change the outcome of the race.
I always look at the domains of visitors on my web site, and since the book came out, one domain has been appearing consistently. On Monday:
More ominously--given the appearance of the Department of Justice just below--on Tuesday:
And on Wednesday:
Yes, it's Diebold, aka Premier Election Solutions, the same company that excised sections of their Wikipedia entry that were critical of the company's e-voting machines. You would have thought that lesson in IP address traceability would have made them a bit more savvy about covering their tracks.
There's no mention of Diebold in Runoff, so hopefully they'll relax a bit once they realize that.
However, there is one other domain I've been seeing consistently: