Some of the proponents behind the Stop Online Piracy Act aren't practicing what they're preaching, as IP ranges coming from the US House of Representatives were traced to illegal downloads.
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Yes, the RIAA does it, too. Hundreds of IPs originating from the RIAA and Department of Homeland Security have been caught illegally downloading music and TV shows from BitTorrent.
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