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The recording industry won a key fight Thursday against illegal music downloading when a U.S. federal jury ordered a Minnesota woman to pay $222,000 US for sharing copyrighted music online.
The jury ordered Jammie Thomas, 30, to pay the six record companies that sued her $9,250 US for each of 24 songs they focused on in the case. They had alleged she shared 1,702 songs online in violation of their copyrights."
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The article doesn't go on to suggest where the testers were found and what credentials were necessary to participate in testing the iPhones. I for one find it hard to believe Apple would let a product go anywhere near testing with a potential for slipping, falling and getting damaged...."