After listening to Sydney Powell on Lou Dobbs for the umpteenth time, I decided to do some fact checking of my own. She was talking about smartmatic, which is a company that makes election software, but not necessarily voting machines any more (I'm a little unclear on that, I looked at the breakdown per state on voting machines and Dominion appears to be #2, but smartmatic is not on the list, so I don't really know what they do). In any event, I stumbled upon a page that was deleted from their site, but still remains in Google search cache
"This lawsuit is necessary because of Dominion's persistent refusal to deliver technology that Smartmatic legally licensed," said David Melville, General Counsel of Smartmatic. "We intend to recover the costs of rectifying a basic Dominion software error that nearly affected the 2010 Philippine elections, which we went to great lengths and expense to correct in keeping with our commitment to maintain the highest standards of election integrity and transparency."
So what was the nature of the error in Dominion software in the 2010 Philippine election and how did Dominion and Smartmatic interoperate back then? Also, if anyone knows how this lawsuit ended, that would be interesting too, says it was filed in the Delaware Court of Chancery and this is the link to the court case, the proceedings are in lexisnexis.