In LaFace v. Does 1-14, the University of Arizona has responded to the RIAA's subpoena, but its response describes in detail why the subpoena response cannot be relied upon to identify any alleged infringer.
[Ed. note. If the RIAA relies upon that response in order to sue the individuals named in it, that would appear to be a flagrant Rule 11 violation. -R.B.]
University of Arizona subpoena response*
* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation
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