IP addresses alone cannot be used to identify individuals, US judge says

An IP address on its own cannot be used to identify who has carried out activity on computer networks, a US judge has ruled.Judge Harold Baker, a federal judge in Illinois, denied a copyright holder the right to force internet service providers (ISPs) to hand over the address details of their subscribers.
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