Judge orders ISP to release names of Wikipedia posters who slammed Facconable - The Denver Post
This is a federal magistrate, by the way. Anonymous posters need to realize that they can't just defame people online and remain anonymous. The ISP can be hit with a subpoena and ordered to release certain identifying information on Mr. or Ms. Anonymous, such as their IP number. As many readers of this blog know, Google was served with a subpoena like that regarding posts on this blog that said critical things about thin-skinned Texas State Senator John Carona and his "Associa" property management empire.