Recently, the RIAA announced that they were abandoning their litigation campaign against random Americans. Thousands of thousands of college student voices rejoiced and then were suddenly silenced. The RIAA immediately proceeded to try to get ISP's to do the job of the legal system. After ATT, Cox, and Comcast decided to work with the RIAA to enforce their allegations of infringement and sidestep due process, the future of the internet looked grim.
Thankfully, even though ATT is forwarding the RIAA's legal notices, they stress that "there are no sanctions." Though it isn't a good thing that ATT is forwarding legal notices, at least they aren't becoming judge and jury.