Well, when you come back, can you state what it is that you are trying to say? It's difficult to follow you. You ask a question. It's answered then you say you didn't ask a question.
You say that there is no contract. The contract is the agreement. That's YOUR contract with the website host. If you don't agree to the terms of the agreement then you lose. There is no requirement for damages. Period.
You are trying to make the 1st Amendment fit your idea that it applies to Internet Forums. It doesn't.
Quarre: my interest in the case has to do with the way the plaintiff managed to out the defendant absent any evidence of a prima facie case. This is contrary to the case law established thus far in unmasking anonymous users.You are answering your own questions.Quarre: It is usually possible to prove authorship by a preponderance of evidence.
Pleadings are a matter of public record.