"I can't go after her for something I know at least one person in this room has done. Raise your hand if you want to be on trial next." Disgusting.
CNET News -- RIAA wins key victory, accused file sharer must pay $220,000.
Globe and Mail -- Record industry bankrupts single mom.
New York times -- Labels Win Suit Against Song Sharer.
Variety -- Woman to pay $200K for file-sharing.
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"Brainerd woman guilty in Internet music sharing -- Duluth jury ordered Brainerd defendant to pay $222,000 for violating song copyrights."
"Jammie Thomas makes $36,000 a year but says she's not looking for a handout to pay a $222,000 judgment after a jury decided she illegally shared music online.
'I'm not going to ask for financial help,' she told The Associated Press on Friday. But she added, 'If it comes, I'm not going to turn it down, either.'"
"Jammie Thomas, who last week was ordered to pay the recording industry for copyright violations, says she will appeal the verdict."
"This has certainly stalled (the record industry's) current round of litigation, and...thrown into doubt whether there is infringement at all," said Michael Geist, a University of Ottawa law professor who closely follows Canadian copyright issues.
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