Could the police trace back your location through your steam account?
>Valve may release personally identifiable information to comply with court orders or laws that require us to disclose such information. In the event of a reorganization, sale or merger we may transfer personally identifiable information to the relevant third party with the user’s consent if required by law.
Steps to success
1. Burn all your electronics
2. Start investigating what are the consequences for whatever it is that you did or try to come up with an excuse
3. Move to Mexico for the time being
>No location set on Steam, therefore I'm safe.
Steam has records of connected IP addresses, which can be linked to your address. Furthermore, if you've paid for anything using a service that knows your address, like PayPal or a credit card, they'll court order their record on you as well.
They'll be able to kick down your door so fast it'll make your head spin.
>commit felonies in order to play VIDEO GAMES
>unaware that Steam can and does easily log all IP addresses
Reminds me of that thread a while back.
Some dude stole a credit card, made a new steam then transferred it all to his teal steam address. All on the same computer.
He thought it was foolproof and bragged about it on here. Wonder how bad he got ducked for 200+ in games/theft.
If you live in Britain, you'll get thrown in prison for saying negative things about Blacks and Jews on the internet:
Germany now literally has former Stasi agents monitoring facebook comments for "hate propaganda" against asylum seekers, and offenders may lose custody of their children.