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Can someone who is running a stream in Second Life block me from hearing the music?


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Hi Gabby,

It is possible for the person hosting a stream to see what IP addresses their stream is going to, and to block or ban IP addresses.  By correlating stream IP address connections with avatar arrivals, it wouldn't be too difficult to figure out which IP is you. And if that's happening, there's nothing you can do about it, except go listen to music somewhere else. If your partner's not cool with that, get a new partner!

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Hi Gabby,

It is possible for the person hosting a stream to see what IP addresses their stream is going to, and to block or ban IP addresses.  By correlating stream IP address connections with avatar arrivals, it wouldn't be too difficult to figure out which IP is you. And if that's happening, there's nothing you can do about it, except go listen to music somewhere else. If your partner's not cool with that, get a new partner!

;-).

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