>> _only_ of the file(s) it is involved in downloading so, to be seen
>> uploading bits of StarWars (or whatever) the client must be
>> the same. Is this a correct interpretation of BitTorrent?
Any person downloading with BitTorrent can see the IP address of the
people they are downloading from.
So if the MPAA, or some body starting downloading, the see all the
people whom provide then with the file.
Plus, in the past, they have gotten access to the server logs of some
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