Interesting statement about subpoenas to identify message board identities -
Legal experts agree, however, that lawsuits aren't the most effective way to challenge information spread in online investor forums. "Most public companies, rather than engage in litigation--which is costly and disruptive--are opting instead to make sure they have very open, active lines of communication with financial press, general press, and large institutional investors," Snow added. "If they are responsive to all inquiries, then they aren't particularly vulnerable to rumors on the Net and elsewhere because they are continuously updating the market and public about developments that are affecting them."
I guess they feel comfident they haven't withheld any important information. Don't get me wrong, i'm intriqued by the subpoenas, if they exist, and would like to know the identities also. Someone has invested a good amount of time defacing the company. Did they make any money off that? DId they have a position? Thats interesting.