This is very true. You cannot use an IP address to accuse somebody of a crime. My friend steals his neighbor's wifi all the time when downloading torrents, and they are like 70 and probably have no idea what a torrent is in the first place. They cannot use IP addresses to accuse someone of piracy.RH00D said:
Maybe if they had only tried to sure each individual for what the movie actually cost on DVD ($20?) then I would have taken them more seriously. But even still, their method of accusation was flawed to begin with, an IP adress is not a person, so I still wouldn't have taken them seriously. Hopefully this case never gets any kind of resurrection.
Are you really going play the grammar police card when you use a number for a letter in your screen name? If you are going to flame someone, at least be clever about it.