MINNEAPOLIS (AP) ? A woman ordered to pay $1.92 million for illegally sharing copyright-protected music is asking a U.S. judge to reduce the damages she must pay or grant a new trial, while the recor
A replay of the nation's only file-sharing case to go to trial has ended with the same result -- a Minnesota woman was found to have violated music copyrights and must pay huge damages to the recordi
...subsidiaries of all four major recording companies, Warner Music Group Corp., Vivendi SA's Universal Music Group, EMI Group PLC and Sony Corp.'s...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) ? The Minnesota woman who became the nation's only music file-sharing defendant so far to go to trial is getting a replay two years after losing the case
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