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A federal judge has ruled that an IP address alone is not sufficient to prove that an account holder is guilty of copyright infringement, dismissing a case which accused hundreds of illegal downloads.
After its game, Football Manager 2013, was cracked and copies illegally shared worldwide, its developer tracked the downloads to 10.1m IP addresses, including one which was located at the Vatican.