Plaintiffs served an out-of-state subpoena on Glassdoor in Delaware and ultimately filed a Delaware action to compel Glassdoor to identify the anonymous poster’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. In response, Glassdoor filed a motion to quash, arguing the Plaintiffs’ subpoena was overbroad, unduly burdensome, and infringed upon the anonymous user’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

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