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I hope someone here can help me! Lets say you found youtube video posted by your boss and said a few things about him (all factual NOT slander/libel/defamation,noting malicious), but that could get you fired. things you should have not said (big mistake).

If he requests your IP address from youtube what is the likelihood they will hand it over?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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I believe that information will not be given out unless there was some sort of legal reason - a criminal investigation, lawsuit, etc. In other words, your boss can't just contact Youtube and get private information like that. I hope you've learned something from this, though - you should always think twice before posting anything online.
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