well this happened a little while ago and i got rid of photoshop after i got this email but i want it back and need to know if i should take this seriously
so a couple months ago i got an email from telus saying this
SUMMARY: got complaint from telus, didnt give adobe any info without a court order, can i get away with this by saying someone i didnt know about did it on my wireless network?
We are writing to inform you that TELUS has received a complaint that
alleges that your TELUS Internet Service account has been involved in
copyright infringement. This complaint was traced back to your account
based on the IP address used at the time of this activity.
Please note that TELUS has not provided any of your personal account
information to the complainant. It is TELUS' policy to disclose such
information to a complainant only if ordered to do so by a court of law,
which has not happened to date.
We do, however, want you to be aware that this complaint was received by us
and offer you the following information that may be of help to you:
If you are unaware of this type of activity originating from your account,
you may wish to inquire with others who have access to your account.
If you are using a dial-up account, change the account password to ensure
that only authorized users have access to it.
You may also want to check your system for viruses, which may explain why
this sort of activity is originating from your account.
If the ADSL modem is connected to a wireless router, please make sure that
only your authorized computers can connect to it and access the internet.
For help in securing the wireless router, please contact the router vendor.
If you are not aware of our Acceptable Use Policy, which strictly prohibits
use of our Service to infringe the copyrights of others, you may review at
. Please be aware that violation of
this policy could result in disconnection of your Service.
Below is an excerpt from the complaint that we received regarding your
account. We include it in this notice in an effort to help you identify the
activity that is in question.
Internet Abuse Team Member
Consumer Customer Operations
- Internet Abuse FAQ
- TELUS Internet Services
- Acceptable Use Policy
Excerpt from complaint:
Notice ID: 1953422
Asset: Adobe Photoshop
IP Address: 18.104.22.168
File Name: Adobe Photoshop CS2
File Size: 385076362
Timestamp: 25 Jul 2007 00:40:10 GMT
Last Seen Date: 25 Jul 2007 00:40:10 GMT
Username (if available):
so im guessing they havent really done anything about it cause i havent heard since..its telling me to change my password and check for viruses...if anything really happened couldnt i just say like i have an open wireless network someone did it thru there it wasnt me. or IT WAS HACKZ00RS NOT ME....
or should i just leave photoshop alone sry for this being so long