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By Jason - / Tuesday 31 October 2017 04:00 /
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  ViviMage  |  33

I work in IP. I had my entire home account suspended for a spambot. I asked which device and my own company I work for/get services from and was told "it came from my IP, they don't know which device, but I'm responsible for it because it was on my network." Turns out it was my roommate's media server.

By  ohsnapword  |  18

An IP address alone might not be enough to prove anything.

By  ViviMage  |  33

This is why you lock your WiFi down and do not let anyone you don't trust on the WiFi. If they made threats, downloaded torrents/movies, spammed the network, or other things against the TOS of your service, you are responsible for damages. Oh, and the legal action as well for the threats. The IP address leads to your house.

By  mekiswrite  |  14

You're entitled to see all evidence against you. See if you can find out when the threats were posted. You might have an aliby if you were at work or something.

By  iamnuff  |  7

Shit being done on your connection means nothing. It could have been someone next door who got onto your network against your will. You can't be held responsible for that.

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