Since we got so many comments on our first coverage of this case we thought it was important to keep up with it. Well you remember order #72 from the judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly? It stated that West Coast Productions council post a status update on which IP’s have been identified with real names by ISP’s and who has been dismissed and who is pending. Well on Wednesday June 1, 2011 it was presented to the courts and you can view the status report here. It is 222 pages long. This not only includes what IP’s are dismissed, are or pending etc but also the name of each ISP and if they have provided information or not. Check out the West Coast Productions Copyright Troll Status Report to to check your status by searching the PDF with your IP listed on the ISP subpoena. So the good news is some are still pending and the bad news is that ISP’s have been now definitely identified on not protecting its consumers. You can see a screen shot of it below.
The sad part is none of the big name ISP’s Comcast, Verizon, AT&T protected people. Only one ISP said for a fact that it will not give a user up. That ISP is Clearwise. We salute them as the only ISP that protected people in this case and that is why all the IP’s from that ISP were dismissed. We will make a Copyright Troll ISP supporter page with this recent court document being submitted soon. But anyway this will let you know if your ISP already definitely screwed you and gave up your real name.