posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 10:08 AM
I'll just make a note here. You don't have to use someone elses wireless or internet in order to get someone else in trouble. Most IP's are Dynamic,
meaning they change every once in awhile (usually every 5 days to a week). So you got be surfing on say 188.8.131.52 one week, and something
completely different the next week..
But. IP's are recycled. So you could be surfing on a good ip one week, and then get an ip the next week that was previously used by someone
downloading child porn, and you could be the possible one raided and all your computers taken. Because of a Dynamic IP address.
Its happened before. There are lots of ways to screw other people on the internet.
That is why all the stuff came up about "An IP is not a person" because its not, unless its a static IP and that person is paying for their static ip
(mostly business uses static)
edit on 29/6/12 by AzureSky because: (no reason given)