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    sgroff550 pointsBadges:
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    SharonShea150 pointsBadges:
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    ITKE352,385 pointsBadges:
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    ITKE352,385 pointsBadges:
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    How long do ISPs keep records for dynamic IP addresses? I mean, do they keep them for years? What about those who have closed down accounts?

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    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
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