An Australian judge has ruled that Australian ISP iiNet is not responsible for its users' illegal downloads...and it may set back Hollywood's efforts to prosecute pirates.
A federal judge cut the $2 million penalty against a Minnesota woman charged with file-sharing.
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Jammie Thomas' guilty verdict for copyright infringement for sharing music files was thrown out...and today she goes back to court with sharp new lawyers.
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The RIAA is getting set to stop filing mountains of lawsuits against people it believes download music illegally via P2P networks, and instead work with ISPs to shut them down.
U.S. District Judge Michael Davis has declared a mistrial in the case of Jammie Thomas, who was fined $220,000 for allegedly making music available via Kazaa.
A woman has won $107,951 in legal expenses after the RIAA dropped a music piracy case against her.
A widely misinterpreted RIAA brief has caused a major stir, but does not say that making copies of CDs for private use is illegal.
The state's Attorney General has cast some doubt on whether the RIAA can legally pursue college students the way it has gone about doing it.
A Texas woman has countersued the RIAA over illegal downloads, claiming they broke Texas law and have shown no connection between her and illegal downloads.
A new ruling from a New Mexico judge could hold up the RIAA's efforts to sue college students there, and potentially slow down the plan nationwide.
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The RIAA is stepped up copyright complaints sent to colleges and universities over students' file-sharing activities...and named the 25 schools with the most complaints.
A mother of two teenagers who was told to pay $4,500 to the RIAA is fighting back and is filing a suit against Comcast for giving her information away.