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P2p question. Any help would be really appreciated.

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I'm curious if someone accidentaly share a photo unknowingly on their computer and someone else downloads it and save the photo. Then the p2p program They shared it to gets shutdown a few years ago. So if the person that download the photo and saved it shared it on a new p2p site would it be able to be traced back to the original person off the other p2p program. I myself figured it would only be able to be traced to whoever posted it to that specific p2p program not other ones but that's my thought. Any advice or knowledge
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Sorry but according to the Terms of Use (TOU) that you agreed to when you made an account here, GeekstoGo does not provide any support for P2P programs at all except for removal assistance.  The TOU is located here for your reference.  See point #3, item q.

Edited by dbreeze, 13 July 2014 - 03:37 PM.

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