You have a dynamic Ip address most likely you are a dsl user and not a cable user who most of the time have more fixed or static ip addresses.Guest said:
I don't really get youhavedownloaded.com. According to them, I don't exist in their database. I'm not exactly a rampant pirate, but I've downloaded my fair share of movies, shows, music and games through bittorrent... And yet, nothing. Truth be told, I feel a bit underappreciated
Then again, maybe they only track users from certain countries.
That is how I understand it. A company can't just break the law the same as the accused has in order to prove they have. That would make them as bad as the person standing accused of pirating.Regardless, in-order to do so the RIAA and DHS require court orders in-order to obtain that kind of information or they themselves can be sued for copyright infringement. I smell a class action lawsuit.
Uh huh. That's why they're denying they did it and pointing fingers at unnamed third parties. When RIAA reps tell the press "We didn't do it, we weren't even there, and we'll never do it again," how can anyone doubt them?Guest said:
well of course they have, how else do you think they identify pirated content? magic? They need proof. Think they can just look at the name and go "Yup, that's pirated". LOL