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yes, they will. The incognito window only blocks cookies and such. If you haven´t used a proxy server, your IP address is still your normal IP and can be seen by them. I´d suggest your better delete the profile quickly and please let me know if you have any other questions in that relation, I am here to help.
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Ah they already did that, that´s not good. The problem is not on your side, the problem is that they have logged your IP address at the side of Facebook. It´s like a speed camera, they have your picture and you can´t delete it anymore. You´d have to hack Facebook to delete the IP address, which is impossible. It´s like if they have taken a photo of you when you did create the account, you will not be able to delete it "from them" anymore, as it is not on your PC, but on their servers / PCs already unfortunately. Still of course you can clean up your PC just for security, in case they´ll raid your house. It´s not illegal to do at least that of course.
By the way, your internet connection, is that a shared one? Or is it registered under your name?
Yes, Facebook has logged it at the moment you´ve created that account, there it was already to late if you didn´t use a proxy-server. Now they have submitted the IP to the police and the police can find out to which address the IP belongs by contacting your internet service provider. The information they will then have is the one of the owner of the account, so your mate´s.
Yes, for the police it is, but the cross-border thing might help you that they will most likely not prosecute it. Of course it somewhat depends on what you did, if it was a heavy crime and someone got killed because of your actions, things might look different and they might do the effort.
Honestly, if it was just that and it is cross-border, forget about it. And don´t forget, they will first have your mate´s informations / address, as he is registered on the IP address, not you. So they also have to prove that you did it and not your mate.
Are you using the same PC like him?
Ah I see, well, still, it´s cross-border, it´s not worth it for them most likely to prosecute that, the costs would be to extreme. Even if it was in your country, you´d most likely, if at all, have to pay a few hundred pounds for such things. They will not take you to prison for that if nothing serious did happen.
But of course, you still should not do such things, but I guess you knew that already.
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I mean if they should really take you to court for that. Which I highly doubt.
Thanks for the rating. If you want I can also take a look at your PC and clean it up for you (in general), but that would be an extra service. Just let me know and thanks again.
I have to thank. Just in case, you can also ask a lawyer at JustAnswer if you wish. He should be able to tell you exactly what can happen if they really do anything, which from my personal experience, I doubt.
Great. Should I do a PC cleanup for you as an extra service or are you not interested?
OK, no problem and thank you too. Google up "CCleaner" and use it, that should already help you a lot:)
Thanks again and have a good night:)
Hi again:) No, this only works the other way around, IP can be resolved into a name by your internet service provider, but name can´t be resolved into an IP, that´s impossible.
Sure they could if they have saved that mail on their side....
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