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The four top recording companies on Wednesday made a settlement offer to Jammie Thomas-Rasset, the Minnesota woman who ... according to a copy of the letter obtained by CNET. The RIAA, the trade group representing the four largest record labels …
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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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
Jammie Thomas was the nation’s first pirate to faceoff before a ... sweatshirts and even dog T-shirts in a bid to generate cash to appeal the RIAA jury verdict of three weeks ago. The garb, at cafepress, is equipped with the logo "Free Jammie, Free ...
Wired News · ByDavid Kravets · 10/30/2007
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 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 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
I seriously think the recording industry needs to get over itself. Suing a single mother, with four children, over downloading music on the internet. I get it, musicians need to be paid, but I don’t think they need $1.9 million for 24 crappy songs.
astrochicks · 6/21/2009
After expressing doubts about the validity of his decision, Judge Michael Davis today declared a mistrial in the case of Jammie Thomas, the nation’s first and only federal jury verdict against a peer-to-peer file sharer. The move (at least for now ...
TechSpot · ByJose Vilches · 9/25/2008