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Damn. I'm getting scared. Could our ISP find out if we were downloading illegally if they wanted too? If so how?

^ This

I know about hardware but anything else is bewildering. Anyone wanna shed some light on this?
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Damn. I'm getting scared. Could our ISP find out if we were downloading illegally if they wanted too? If so how?
Yes, we do it all the time. I work for an ISP and we get reports all the time of what was downloaded illegally, what program you used, what you downloaded and the timestamp of when you did it.
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Glad I gave up downloading movies and music at home a couple years ago. Although depending on how far back they get it could pose a problem...

Now that I'm looking at the movies these companies funded. I've never downloaded anything from them lol. Looks like they're just small companies trying to make money off a lawsuit.
Edited by metroidfreak - 3/26/11 at 7:11am
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Use Peer block, use utorrent. In utorrent, spoof the reported IP to the tracker and report it as the IP of the mpaa's headquarters lawyer's office, force encryption.
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Damn. I'm getting scared. Could our ISP find out if we were downloading illegally if they wanted too? If so how?

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ummm you realize "ALL" your traffic runs through them right?
This.

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I torrent, but most of what I torrent is anime that is not licensed in America. This is stupid. What if they do get Time Warner to turn over subscriber information? How do they that it was actually those people doing the downloading? It could it not have been someone freeloading off their network?
Ethernet frames contain the sending and receiving machines MAC address. If they wanted to they could try and seize your computer / network equipment, and match up the IP / MAC addresses in the routers NAT table. I am not sure how consumer routers configure PAT, and I am unsure if it is static or not (after being dynamically set?). If it is statically defined then they could then match up specific packets sent to your public IP address to a specific computer on your private network.

Also when you get your internet access you agree that you will be held liable for what happens on your network.

So remember kids: "Don't copy download that floppy Blu-ray!" (21st century update)
Edited by AtomicFrost - 3/27/11 at 3:27am
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I hope all you illegal downloaders get caught.
 
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Ethernet frames contain the sending and receiving machines MAC address. If they wanted to they could try and seize your computer, and match up the addresses. Also when you get your internet access you agree that you will be held liable for what happens on your network.

So remember kids: "Don't copy download that floppy Blu-ray!" (21st century update)
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I have timewarner wow seriously.................
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Damn. I'm getting scared. Could our ISP find out if we were downloading illegally if they wanted too? If so how?
Technically yes but, there's a ****-ton of red tape and the FOAA...There's no real definitive yes/no.
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Maybe if the movie making companies would put out material that is worth spending 20$+ to go see in the movies I would stop downloading.
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