About a year ago, I received a copyright infringement letter warning me of the dangers of downloading a television show that.... 1. I could watch for free over the air since HD via an antenna is really free 2. I could watch on NBC's website and have to watch advertisment 3. I could watch later if I had a DVR 4. I could watch if I bought the DVD set when it came out....which would never happen Anyway. I downloaded it at 1:00 A.M. but was too tired to watch the episode and figured I would watch it later. I watched the video at exactly 10:35 AM and when I got the letter it said that the copyright owner was informed NOT at 1:00 AM when I downloaded it, but at 10:35 AM. This means to me that they didn't catch me downloading it, but they caught me watching it. This would mean that the video was somehow embedded with some kind of utility that PINGED the copyright owner who then in turn complained. This is entrapment but all I want to know is does anybody know what utility is used to accomplish this OR how can I confirm this. Should I use a sniffer to find out what is going on behind the scenes. Just seems that as long as you don't watch anything you download while online, you might be safe.