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Posted on 8 Apr 2010 2:44 pm
As broadband Internet connections are a physical wire (copper or fibre) coming into a building, the ISP will always have the current physical address matching a connection. That might not match the address of the person paying the bill in some unusual circumstances, but it would match the address of the person using the connection and perpetrating the alleged offense (leaving aside the issue of someone abusing a shared or open Wi-Fi connection).
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