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ip address of yahoo profile/360

Posted on 2007-03-24
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is there any way to trace the  the ip address of where a  "yahoo profile was made "?  my ex has been  arrested for harrassing/stalkin me and  he continues the harrassment by making up graphic & humilating  "yahoo profiles"  listing my  first /last name/ home address ect.. but is denying doing it. Can the ip address of where a yahoo profile and/or yahoo 360 be traced?
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odaman2 - I've ready many of your posts and sympathize with your situation.  I would truly recommend talking this out with your local police.  If they don't have the resources, move it up to county, or even state level.
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Yahoo themselves can. But they'll want a court order before doing so. So, as michko said: you definitely have to take this up with the authorities (probably again as I understand).

J.
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As stated above, only law enforcement will be able to apprehend the information you requested. Leave it up to the professionals.
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by:Sleetish
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If they never send you a message or check email from the account you won't be able to trace them yourself.  You will have to contact Yahoo to get the IP address, and from there the ISP that owns the IP address.  As stated above, you will most likely have to have law enforcement involved to get the information.

Some ISPs are more willing than others to offer information.  Some will give information without requiring written requests and some will refuse to respect warrants.

Good luck with this.  I used to assist county law enforcement with cases like this.  To date, if there isn't an actual 'threat', it is very hard to get law enforcement involved in these types of situations.
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This type of harassment is against yahoos policies.  As such, contacting them should be enough to have the information taken down.
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