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Whether the RIAA can appeal that is still unclear. Meanwhile, Thomas-Rasset's attorneys will continue to challenge any damages amount as unconstitutional. Update 12:01 p.m. PT: To include quotes from Joe Sibley, one of Jammie Thomas-Rasset's …
CNet · ByGreg Sandoval · 1/27/2010
The Recording Industry Association of America has appealed a judge's decision to slash the damages award levied against Jammie Thomas-Rasset for copyright infringement from $1.5 million to $54,000 one month ago. The reduction in the amount of the …
Ars Technica · ByCasey Johnston · 8/23/2011
In its appeal against the file-sharing mom Jammie Thomas, the RIAA has asked the court to reinstate a massive fine which U.S. District Judge Michael Davis previously slashed because it was "monstrous and shocking." The music group argues that awards …
TorrentFreak · 1/6/2012
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A federal jury on Thursday found Jammie Thomas-Rasset liable in the nation’s only Recording Industry Association of America file-sharing case to go to trial, dinging her $1.92 million for infringing 24 songs. Thomas-Rasset, fined $80,000 a track, told ...
Wired News · ByDavid Kravets · 6/18/2009
Jammie Thomas vs. Capitol is probably the most infamous and longest running illegal file sharing case in the U.S., and while a judge declared a mistrial last September, the two parties met once again this week to begin Thomas' retrial. In almost every ...
ReadWrite · 6/17/2009
A federal Judge has thrown out a verdict that would have seen 30 year old Jammie Thomas pay over $200,000 to the RIAA for illegal file sharing. U.S. District Judge Michael J. Davis Wednesday declared the original a mistrial in the single mother’s case ...
Tom's Guide · ByJane Mcentegart · 9/25/2008
A well-known Internet "pirate" is taking a stand against the trade group known for hunting down and fining people for illegally downloading music. Jammie Thomas-Rasset, who owes $220,000 to the Recording Industry Association of America for illegally ...
The Huffington Post · 7/12/2013
A rogue member of the gallery got cussed out for illicit gadget use, Jammie Thomas-Rasset hit her personal wall, and the jury pondered whether 'tis better to rip than to download as testimony in the RIAA trial of a Minnesota woman concluded on Wednesday.
Beta News · 6/18/2009
A while after peer-to-peer file sharing first became all the rage, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) began filing tens of thousands of lawsuits against individuals it believed were guilty of violating copyright and illegally distributing ...
Digital Trends · ByGeoff Duncan · 6/15/2009
JAMMIE THOMAS-RASSET, the MINNESOTA woman convicted of illegal file-sharing and ordered to pay $222,000 in damages, refused an RIAA offer to reduce that levy if she would publicly campaign against digital piracy. She told WIRE that she would …
All Access Music Group · 7/11/2013