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Locke Lord LLP | USA | 13 Jul 2009

Court rules IP addresses are not personally identifiable information

In a putative class action suit against Microsoft relating to anti-piracy tools built into its Windows operating system (Johnson v. Microsoft Corp., W.D. Wash., No. 06-0900), a Washington federal district court held that IP addresses are not "personally identifiable information."

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