said by Tx:
Not saying i don't believe you but i of course have to say it as to avoid scrutiny with what im about to say.
If what you're saying is true, then you're the walking, talking prime example as to why this process is a sham. Case and point. Sadly you have to fight it in court to prove this and you're lucky enough to know someone in the family that's a lawyer.
Not everyone is so lucky
Trust me I take no offence, everyone is going to play the I'm innocent card. But in my case its true. My hands are not completely clean when it comes to everything but in this case they are.
said by hm :
ZombieBanner, I'm assuming you're single. But, how would you feel if they wanted to rummage through your kids computers or your spouses computers? After-all this is what the TSI letter states, *ALL* devices associated with the IP.
If you get a chance, ask your lawyer relative about this one over Xmas beer.
I am married, but if my wife would of downloaded this she would of told me, as I said above my hands aren't completely clean, and if I was guilty then I would probably settle out of court, as long as the damages were resonable.
Luckly my wife is away for work at the moment for the above time and date stamp, so unless my dog suddently decided to get really bad taste in movies I think I'm safe.
You can speed as much as you want, but if you get caught you pay the fine.
Thats escatly why if they said all devices, I would get an independent computer forensic statement, and avifidavid.
Yes this is going to cost me some money, but again I have a friend in the industry and would be at a resonable cost to prove my innocence and set a precedence for other people.