Joel Tenenbaum was accused of illegally downloading 30 songs. How might his action have been detected? Can anyone show a concrete method?
Using a honey pot or monitoring the peers list makes sense. However, in my view, honey pots only get peers' IPs. How can those companies identified downloaders in real world? As we know, some use ADSL and their IP is dynamic. According to this site, The RIAA names defendants based on ISP identification of the subscriber associated with an IP address, and as such do not know any additional information about a person before they sue. But how can they get the ISP's data?