I believe that I have done something that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has not done. That is, I read the memorandum by Judge Hollander that he attached to his motion to ID Ace of Spades all the way to the end. At the very end she writes:
Moreover, plaintiff has agreed to a protective order, and the Doe defendants’ privacy concerns will be addressed adequately by a protective order limiting disclosure of the defendants’ identifying information to the parties and their counsel.
So part of her reasoning in granting the subpoenas in question was that the plaintiff in the case had agreed to a protective order limiting disclosure. Given Brett Kimberlin’s history of giving away sealed court papers, … let’s just say that I’m sure that Ace’s lawyer Ron Coleman will have fun writing that part of the opposition to TDPK’s motion.