Is it easy for the Internet Service Provider to know the personal identity of particular subscriber?
What I mean to say : Is it possible for the Internet service provider to invade the privacy and track the identity of a particular subscriber out of the subscriber's postings or browsing history when the latter does not use his real name , if the Provider only knows the fixed IP address or Subnet Mask assigned to the subscriber which also appears in the latter's PC when it connects to the net ?
Yeah...they don't have full access to your system. However, they do have access to every shred of relevant data to locate you. Think about it, you're using their pipe, so if they get a DMCA complaint from your IP, or they can subpoena the FBI to crack open their records (this is pretty much approved 100% of the time, and pretty much instantly), in certain states they don't have to subpoena to pull the records legally.
As far as your browsing history, yes they have 100% of every place on the internet your computer has been.
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