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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 993d ago | news

Hurt Locker studio asks indie ISP to cough up users' IP addresses

Arstechnica: One of Canada’s most well-known independent ISPs, TekSavvy, announced Monday that it had received a request on behalf of an American film studio for subscriber information on “a couple thousand” of its users. (Industry)

ReconHope  +   994d ago
this is what vpn's are good for.
caseh  +   993d ago
Don't you mean proxy servers?

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