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Originally posted by aivlas
reply to post by BadNinja68
And again we go back to how do you know who was actually using those ip addys at that time? if people want to use the "ip dosen't equal a person" line then it has to apply to everyone not just joe public.edit on 8-1-2012 by aivlas because: (no reason given)
Public officials or ones who work for public officials are acquiring intellectual property through a means they themselves deemed illegal.
YES, the disinfo shills HAVE indeed been getting oftly desperate of late...
Janitors? Are we going back into pretend conjecture script writing.
In VPR Internationale v. Does 1-1017 (C.D. Ill.), Judge Baker opined that Internet Protocol ("IP") addresses do not -- by themselves -- qualify as personal information, capable of accurately identifying an individual. While this decision is a landmark ruling for the mass-BitTorrent lawsuits in that it may spell the end of the “pay-up-or-else-schemes”, it may have broader data privacy implications.