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Can I be traced? Yes, it is possible for the FBI to run a trace. My guess is that it would cost them conservatively about $50,000 to trace you. Your thoughts and activities are not likely to be important to them. They would have to contact your Internet Service Provider and ask for a log of that day's activities. In other words, when you leave a post on anyone's forum or message board you leave a hidden trail. Most always the trail is one of a set of randomly assigned numbers your ISP's software assigns you each time you connect. For all practical purposes this IP number is not easily traceable. ISP providers do not release such information to non-law enforcement people.
If you wish you may log on to http://www.anonymizer.com/index.shtml and use their free service to post a message that will leave only their IP number with us. As far as I know this is virtually untraceable for us.
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