They will not have to turn over the ISPs and email addresses of the eight anonymous posters included in Richard Warman's defamation suit against them. Full decision here. From the conclusion:
 Returning to the decision of the motions judge, it would appear that he did not have the benefit of the extensive submissions on these issues provided to the Court by the two intervenors in this proceeding. Notwithstanding, it is clear that he was alert to the need to take into consideration the privacy interests of the unknown alleged wrongdoers. It does not appear, however, that the need to consider the interest in freedom of expression was raised by the parties or was otherwise considered by the motions judge.
 In addition, the motions judge did not take into consideration whether the Respondent had established a prima facie case of defamation before ordering disclosme of the documents.