Re: Tracing peer to peer user.
Date: 31 May 2005 01:42:49 GMT
"Murray R. Van Luyn" <email@example.com> writes:
>I'm interested in tracing a peer to peer user that is distributing my
>software in breach of copyright.
>I can get the ip address he is using with his dial-up account, and maybe the
>ISP using traceroute. What I really want is his username/ e-mail address so
>that I can politely remind him that there is no anonymity on a network.
>Any (helpful) suggestions anyone?
That is what the RIAA and Movie Association want too. They have gone to
court in many countries to try to get it. In many they were told to get
lost. In some the courts were compliant and forced the ISP to reveal the
You will have to get a court order and then possibly run a lawsuit against
the ISP to get the name, etc.
While I understand your concern, I hope you fail.
There should be some degree of anonymity on a network.
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