TheStreet: ExecuSpeak Dictionary: IP Address
PHILADELPHIA (MainStreet) -- There is a reason the computer geek of any good detective show makes sure we know he's got the IP address. Without that essential bit of information, we're all in the dark as to the what, when and where of the (alleged) crook's Internet activity. "IP address" is shorthand for Internet Protocol address. It is the unique address of a computer, or other machine or gadget, on the Internet.
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