I came home today to find the no server page listed on my internet browser for the first time since purchasing high speed internet. I, like many, am a bit torrent user. Recently I purchased a PS2 and a few games. I am trying to gain proficiency in backing up games and recently ordered a larger hard drive and a dvd burner to allow myself to do so. I bought soul calibur 2 and decided to try downloading the game via torrent so that I could try burning it via cd-r. I've discovered that the game is too large for me to place on cd-r after unzipping. Upon speaking to my internet rep I was told that the copyright owner had logged onto the tracker and copied all of the ip addresses. They then sent a complain letter to the internet providers of these addresses. My rep was friendly but told me if it happened again it would be a longer suspension and that this is becoming a more common method of game and media owners. My question is whether it is safe to continue what I did or is there a good way to keep this from happening again. I have heard of IP spoofing but know little about it or whether it would be effective. Thanks for any help as always.