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  1. I'm not sure exactly. Apparently when you install the program you are agreeing to the software harvesting data from your machine. If you were on your companies WiFi at the time then thats how they found where you were
  2. No not the case. I had run a vpn permanently but they still managed to get my name and address. Which frankly scared me. Just as an update I took their advice and totally ignored the letter. Its not nice not having any proper closure on it but its been quite a few months and not heard anything else.
  3. Thank you for the advice. I have definitely learned a lesson and wont be something I ever do again. I will post back either way. Thanks again
  4. Ok thanks for clearing that up for me and thanks for the fast reply. Yes it is a works computer (which other people have access too) and yes it is my company. Should I reply to the letter or just ignore it? It was a signed delivery letter so they know I've received it. Also did my file upload ok? I cant seem to open it.
  5. Hi all, I have come across all of the other threads on this subject (of which there are a few!). I am making a separate thread about mine as I do not want to hijack another thread as my situation is a little different. I recieved a letter earlier in the week at work from CJCH solicitors (copy of letter attached). I have not recieved any emails previously to receiving it either like in the other cases I read about. I do have an illegal copy solidworks on the computer which I got about 4 weeks ago to learn how to use it for my own personal use. We dont hav
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