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Can Interpol trace you through your IP address if you use LimeWire?


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2015-02-10 18:39:26
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Limewire is a completely legal program, many people just misuse it, and yes they could. If they have the right program. And if you're doing anything illegal (stealing copyrighted material) they can go into the "Monitor" section and see your IP address, copy it down, and trace you.


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