Jammie Thomas-Rasset was accused by various record companies of using the file sharing program KaZaA to commit copyright infringement. During the trial Thomas-Rasset claimed she had never heard of the file-sharing program KaZaA. The record companies, however, put on evidence that showed Thomas-Rasset replaced the hard drive in her computer after being notified of the copyright infringement claims. A jury found Thomas-Rasset guilty of willfully infringing copyrights of twenty-four songs. The jury awarded damages of […]
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