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Submitted by DeathProof 1879d ago | news

Poor IP Addresses (Hurt Locker Crap)

The studio is requesting the identities behind the IP addresses be made public. Just that implication alone pisses me off. It does not factor ghost IP addresses, unauthorized users or just bad info. Let’s face it, were talking about technology and the Internet. This is not DNA linking a pubic hair to a rape/murder case. It could even be a friend/kid/acquaintance/IT guy/internet stealing neighbor that is the guilty one. And how much does a DVD cost? And what is the fine for stealing a DVD in a store and getting caught? Is the $2,500 that the producers are asking in settlement for fair? Not even close. (Culture, Hi-tech, PC hardware, Photo, Web)

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