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And yet, in the end, the owner of the network is still liable for any and all content obtained using the connection.
Yes and no. If your network or Internet connection is used for illegal purposes, such as viewing or downloading illegal types of pornography, the police may end up on your doorstep, but unless there is forensic proof on your computer, there is a lack of evidence to make a case, let alone convict you of doing it. You will definitely see the headaches of someone else's illegal activity on your network, but if it's reasonably realistic to assume someone else could have abused your connection, then it won't be you facing criminal charges right off the bat, especially if your computer in particular has no evidence to support YOU logged onto said illegal web sites.
 
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