IP addresses on websites to be tracke...

IP addresses on websites to be tracked beginning Jan.1st 2013

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VPN USER

United States

#1 Nov 28, 2012
Due to government legislation,websites such as this one,will begin tracking IP addresses Jan.1st 2013 to ensure proper conduct. IP addresses will be tracked to their internet service providers. If needed,court orders can be filed and served to the ISPs to retrieve logs containing information that reveals which IP was assigned to which modem or router (customer account) and the date and time of websites visited. This is due to internet bloggers making inflammatory statements and criminals using the internet for their own personal gain.
inflamatory

Auburn, NY

#2 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
Due to government legislation,websites such as this one,will begin tracking IP addresses Jan.1st 2013 to ensure proper conduct. IP addresses will be tracked to their internet service providers. If needed,court orders can be filed and served to the ISPs to retrieve logs containing information that reveals which IP was assigned to which modem or router (customer account) and the date and time of websites visited. This is due to internet bloggers making inflammatory statements and criminals using the internet for their own personal gain.
It would have to be pretty inflammatory for a judge to sign a court order. Look at all that is said on topix about people and judges don't sign court orders to get those identities, or else 90% of people on here would have been charged already. BALONEY!!
Too Funny

Springfield, NJ

#3 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
Due to government legislation,websites such as this one,will begin tracking IP addresses Jan.1st 2013 to ensure proper conduct. IP addresses will be tracked to their internet service providers. If needed,court orders can be filed and served to the ISPs to retrieve logs containing information that reveals which IP was assigned to which modem or router (customer account) and the date and time of websites visited. This is due to internet bloggers making inflammatory statements and criminals using the internet for their own personal gain.
Hey Brainiac... IP addresses are already being tracked, duh. It all remains the same... pay some money to an attorney, get a court order with 'just cause' and bim bam! You get your info!! This is nothing new. Are you now the TOPIX vigilante trying to make this site all sweetness and light with your fake 'press release'?!? I know funny... and this is funny.
VPN USER

United States

#4 Nov 28, 2012
No "baloney". It's that now the websites are going to keep logs. Internet service providers have always kept logs for a certain amount of time. Google "my ip" and pick any search result. It will show your IP. I agree about the nature of the post. It would probably take a death threat or criminal act(i.e. stealing credit card or social security info.) for a judge to sign a court order. Use a VPN(Virtual Private Network)software such as I do and it will generate a fake IP address and a fake location or no general location at all. Look for a location under my name. See one? Nope.
hmmmm

Massena, NY

#5 Nov 28, 2012
explain how can you track a person who is on a laptop going from internet cafe to cafe the IP changes all the time ... or better yet how do you track a pre paid cell phone ? you do realize people do get on TOPIX with them .
spelling Police

Syracuse, NY

#6 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
No "baloney". It's that now the websites are going to keep logs. Internet service providers have always kept logs for a certain amount of time. Google "my ip" and pick any search result. It will show your IP. I agree about the nature of the post. It would probably take a death threat or criminal act(i.e. stealing credit card or social security info.) for a judge to sign a court order. Use a VPN(Virtual Private Network)software such as I do and it will generate a fake IP address and a fake location or no general location at all. Look for a location under my name. See one? Nope.
Is baloney and bologne the same word?
Spell Check

Massena, NY

#7 Nov 28, 2012
Its Bologna
hmmm

Massena, NY

#8 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
Due to government legislation,websites such as this one,will begin tracking IP addresses Jan.1st 2013 to ensure proper conduct. IP addresses will be tracked to their internet service providers. If needed,court orders can be filed and served to the ISPs to retrieve logs containing information that reveals which IP was assigned to which modem or router (customer account) and the date and time of websites visited. This is due to internet bloggers making inflammatory statements and criminals using the internet for their own personal gain.
do you have a link to the info or a news article?
hmmm

Massena, NY

#9 Nov 28, 2012
hmmmm wrote:
explain how can you track a person who is on a laptop going from internet cafe to cafe the IP changes all the time ... or better yet how do you track a pre paid cell phone ? you do realize people do get on TOPIX with them .
every computer has a unique ID on the computer itself regardless of the IP you are using. Trust me everything everyone does online, texts, phone conversations, emails are all being recorded (not necessarily reviewed...yet)
This is an NSA program that monitors billions of activities a day yet nobody knows about it.

http://video.pbs.org/video/2117159594
VPN USER

United States

#10 Nov 28, 2012
hmmmm wrote:
explain how can you track a person who is on a laptop going from internet cafe to cafe the IP changes all the time ... or better yet how do you track a pre paid cell phone ? you do realize people do get on TOPIX with them .
As for a laptop at a wifi hotspot,don't keep using it from there. If a certain someone is suspected,the wifi hotspot provider can,if they know how,as I do,obtain your MAC address. That is a permanent address in every PC installed by the manufacturer. It cannot be changed permanently. But it can be changed temporarily with the correct software. As for a prepaid cell trace. Find the service provider of the number. That's easy. Then which phone maker was assigned to it. What store purchased that phone? Let's say Walmart. When was it sold? Cash out transactions are recorded. Paid by credit or debit? This person will be suspected. Paid cash? The time and date of transaction will help investigators find an image of the purchaser on security camera footage. This person will be suspected.
rodeo clown

Utica, NY

#11 Nov 28, 2012
hmmm wrote:
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every computer has a unique ID on the computer itself regardless of the IP you are using. Trust me everything everyone does online, texts, phone conversations, emails are all being recorded (not necessarily reviewed...yet)
This is an NSA program that monitors billions of activities a day yet nobody knows about it.
http://video.pbs.org/video/2117159594
And this is why you get used laptop and go from hot-spot to hot spot. Oh, and there are programes that will mask an IP and any identifying bits on said computer. It aint voodoo, and its really easy.
VPN USER

United States

#12 Nov 28, 2012
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
every computer has a unique ID on the computer itself regardless of the IP you are using. Trust me everything everyone does online, texts, phone conversations, emails are all being recorded (not necessarily reviewed...yet)
This is an NSA program that monitors billions of activities a day yet nobody knows about it.
http://video.pbs.org/video/2117159594
I suggest That everyone use VPN(Virtual Private Network)software to hide there real IP address and a MAC IP address changer software while banking,making purchases,and visiting sensitive websites on the internet.
hmmmm

Massena, NY

#13 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
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As for a laptop at a wifi hotspot,don't keep using it from there. If a certain someone is suspected,the wifi hotspot provider can,if they know how,as I do,obtain your MAC address. That is a permanent address in every PC installed by the manufacturer. It cannot be changed permanently. But it can be changed temporarily with the correct software. As for a prepaid cell trace. Find the service provider of the number. That's easy. Then which phone maker was assigned to it. What store purchased that phone? Let's say Walmart. When was it sold? Cash out transactions are recorded. Paid by credit or debit? This person will be suspected. Paid cash? The time and date of transaction will help investigators find an image of the purchaser on security camera footage. This person will be suspected.
People sell cell phones in garge sales everyday so that kills that theroy of knowing who bought the cell ...theres no way of tracking a pre paid cell phone
VPN USER

United States

#14 Nov 28, 2012
hmmmm wrote:
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People sell cell phones in garge sales everyday so that kills that theroy of knowing who bought the cell ...theres no way of tracking a pre paid cell phone
You are correct. They cannot be traced forever. However,than can be located through "triangulation" to locate it's signal.. So don't keep using it from one area all the time if you do not want to be located.
rodeo clown

Utica, NY

#15 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
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You are correct. They cannot be traced forever. However,than can be located through "triangulation" to locate it's signal.. So don't keep using it from one area all the time if you do not want to be located.
not like they will go through the trouble and expense to do the triagulation because some one slanders someone else on Topix. They have more important things to do.
Patty DeFoy-Grasse

Rochester, NY

#16 Nov 28, 2012
spelling Police wrote:
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Is baloney and bologne the same word?
I thought it was spell Balow Me
VPN USER

United States

#17 Nov 28, 2012
rodeo clown wrote:
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not like they will go through the trouble and expense to do the triagulation because some one slanders someone else on Topix. They have more important things to do.
Depends on how bad you piss someone off,how much money they have or have access to,and the connections they have.
Yep

United States

#18 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
No "baloney". It's that now the websites are going to keep logs. Internet service providers have always kept logs for a certain amount of time. Google "my ip" and pick any search result. It will show your IP. I agree about the nature of the post. It would probably take a death threat or criminal act(i.e. stealing credit card or social security info.) for a judge to sign a court order. Use a VPN(Virtual Private Network)software such as I do and it will generate a fake IP address and a fake location or no general location at all. Look for a location under my name. See one? Nope.
Just like me... and John McAfee. Run baby run!
No Worries Everyone

United States

#19 Nov 28, 2012
VPN USER wrote:
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Depends on how bad you piss someone off,how much money they have or have access to,and the connections they have.
Based on that, 2 of the 3 criteria will certainly not be met by 99% of the users on TOPIX.
Ridiculous

United States

#20 Nov 28, 2012
hmmmm wrote:
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People sell cell phones in garge sales everyday so that kills that theroy of knowing who bought the cell ...theres no way of tracking a pre paid cell phone
Who the hell buys a cell phone at a GARAGE SALE?!? Lord.

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