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Basically, I'm not a file-sharer, but my roomates may. If my name is on the cable bill, and someone on the network is sharing files illegally, can I get in trouble anyway?
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unless you can somehow prove it wasn't you, but your roommates.
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They're his roomies, if I read his post correctly. It's easy to trace where the traffic is going (real easy) and once "they" get to the destination, they will look at the PCs in question. And no war driving here, just saying if he wants to, go ahead and assume the risk, and if he is worried about it, don't. For example, if someone was using a WiFi hotspot to download things, the hotspot is not responsible, the end downloader is. PM me if you have any more questions fox, I'll be happy to answer them for you!
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I apolgize for having to take out most of the posts in this thread. I tried to keep the ones that directly attempted to answer the original question. If anyone has a problem with my "cleaning" feel free to send me a PM.

Now, no posts even hinting at piracy will be tolerated.
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