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$1.92us million dollars, isn't that a bit too much?

, posted: 20-Jun-2009 12:23

Jury in RIAA Trial Slaps $2 Million Fine on Jammie Thomas from wired.

$1.92us million dollars and today they are all on YouTube.
Some of the names on the songs are wrong too+

The $1.92us million dollar playlist.

* Guns N Roses "Welcome to the Jungle"; "November Rain"
* Vanessa Williams "Save the Best for Last"
* Janet Jackson "Let’s What Awhile"
* Gloria Estefan "Here We Are"; "Coming Out of the Heart"+; "Rhythm is Gonna Get You"
* Goo Goo Dolls "Iris"
* Journey "Faithfully"; "Don’t Stop Believing"
* Sara McLachlan "Possession"; "Building a Mystery"
* Aerosmith "Cryin’"
* Linkin Park "One Step Closer"
* Def Leppard "Pour Some Sugar on Me"
* Reba McEntire "One Honest Heart"
* Bryan Adams "Somebody"+
* No Doubt "Bathwater"; "Hella Good"; "Different People"
* Sheryl Crow "Run Baby Run"
* Richard Marx "Now and Forever"
* Destiny’s Child "Bills, Bills, Bills"
* Green Day "Basket Case"

Sound's like a system fail to me...


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Comment by Benjamin, on 20-Jun-2009 12:49

They should be paying her to listen to some of those!   But seriously whats the bet it'll all be overturned.. She'll prob eventually end up with a slap on the hand and still have to declare bankruptcy from lawyers fees..

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Brett Cooper
New Zealand

Stone artist with a digital understanding. 1st computer was a c=64