Thursday, October 4, 2007

Duluth jury decides Brainerd woman must pay $222,000 for downloaded music files

Sorry for the long absence, but work is consuming all my time now.I plan to update at least weekly from now on. Promise!

Well the first RIAA case that went to trial ended in a judgement for the plantiff. There was quite a bit of evidence that is really hard to prove without the hard drive forensics. Unfortunatly the defendant's drive had to be replaced two weeks after Media Sentry logged her ip address.

Too bad as it seems she was a avid music fan and legally purchaced hundreds of cds. I hope this doesn't discourage those who are wrongly accused of file sharing to fight back against these boiler plate lawsuits.

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