I know there has been discussion in the past that a non-fiber DSL line can't be traced back to you based on IP address. Is this true or someones lame guess that spiraled out of control? If it is true, why doesn't CL use it to C&D those that over post or those that phish for personal information? I ask because I got called the other day from a movie company saying that I downloaded some copyright movie and they said they were going to sue me. I didn't admit anything and even talking further, the guy seemed to be a total idiot. I mentioned I had wireless and someone could connect to it w/o my knowledge. He told me that it was impossible to download a torrent over wifi because it wasn't fast enough. I laughed @ what he said and ended the call shortly after. It was basically a threat call and he told me to get a lawyer, even though he refused to send me anything in the mail. I'm not worried about them suing me, I just want to know the DSL IP thing. Can they trace it to you directly or do they just get everyone's info on your node that could connect with that specific IP address and call everyone looking for someone to admit guilt?