23,000 IP addresses

Christopher Morrow morrowc.lists at gmail.com
Wed May 11 14:42:33 UTC 2011

On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 8:48 AM, Michael Holstein
<michael.holstein at csuohio.edu> wrote:
>>> I wonder how things go if you challenge them in court.  This is surely a
>>> topic for another list, but it seems to me it'd be fairly difficult to
>>> prove unless they downloaded part of the movie from your IP and verified
>>> that what they got really was a part of the movie.
> I have the netflow records to prove this is NOT the case. All
> MediaSentry (et.al.) do is scrape the tracker. We have also received a
> number of takedown notices that have numbers transposed, involve parts
> of our netblock that were not in use at the time in question, etc.

this is exactly the same situation I outlined previously...
darknet/tcdump can't be a bittorrent user.

> I would think that whole "penalty of perjury" thing would have some
> weight behind it.

apparently not :( (I'd say something about lobbyists et.al, but...)


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