Aaron, I think you indicated that you didn't want us to discuss the IAAL case here. At the time, he, or someone using the same screen name, was posting here. Now the individual that used that screen name is gone. So can we talk about it now?
From a legal standpoint, it is a timely topic of special interest to regular forum users.
I don't like the way one side is using the case to intimidate others by making it appear as though a user can be unmasked by the simple filing of a bogus complaint. There is of course, another side to that litigation and apparently, FA is not going to allow any discussion of that on their forum (I’ve posted things and had them erased). Thus I fear the general public is getting the wrong idea that the First Amendment has ceased to exist on Internet forums!