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AJ

ATP, if you already have IP addresses for these people, why don't you simply block them? Wouldn't that be a more effective solution? Identifying these people isn't going to do anything. It takes about five seconds to create new IDs in cyberspace. Just a thought.

ATP

We've "blocked" his/her IP address about 100 times. IP addresses can be changed very easily, and the only entity that can track who's who is the ISP.

Ed

This is fantastic news. The fact that the IP address is being changed regularly indicates that this person is quite the professional criminal. Meanwhile, does anyone know the legal ramifications of co-opting the user name and e-mail address of someone on a blog? Is it punishable criminal behavior?

Bob M

I think the punishment is the same as the traditional English one for treason, which is pretty grim (being hung, drawn, and quartered) so be warned. [Maybe that's just wishful thinking on my part:-)]

Seriously, this[moderating posts] is quite a PITA for the nice person who brings us ATP. Illegitimus non carborundum, or, more properly, noli nothis permittere te terere.

Dan

Duck! Bob's bringing out the Latin!

Dan

The first two IPs are in Australia, the third is in Marina Del Ray, California. I think someone is covering their tracks...

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