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Now, this narrows it down to a computer in the House of Commons. This means that since people like Kady</a>, who are addicted to their blackberries, and in fact everyone that uses the Free Wifi on Parliament Hill with their mobile devices are clearly not Vikileaks. However, given the extra extensions, this seems to be a standard issue machine, which means ANYONE in the House of Commons could have used it.
I really wish the House of Commons was subject to ATIP, since it would be good to figure out how the IP addresses work, and whether MPs have the ability to VPN into Ottawa. If so, that would make things far more ugly. The thing is that shared IPs are extremely common, and despite what the RCMP say, an IP address is not a driver's licence. In fact, I demonstrated numerous times.