writes "As a result of a suit filed by the RIAA, the identity of a Verizon customer with a penchant for mp3's was ordered to be released. Man, how many people are now sweating bullets trying to remember what they downloaded?" News.com.com
also has a story. If you've forgotten about this case, see our earlier story
. Verizon wasn't making any sort of principled stand to protect its users' privacy
, it just wanted to avoid the costs of complying with the (many) subpoenas it will now receive.