A Bergen County, N.J., suit filed last week could emerge as a test case of a landmark ruling that set standards for piercing Internet anonymity.

Michael Gallucci, a former member of the Teaneck, N.J., Township Council, accuses a newspaper Web site of wrongfully releasing his identity as a poster, forcing him to resign from the elected post and leave town.

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