The story is based on Facebook posts, which are in Finnish. Luckily, I am a Finnish person, and here is my take:
1) TTVK allegedly posts a Pirate Bay Torrent with latest cd from the Finnish artist Chisu (crappy music, that appeals to youth)
2) This guy claims his daughter downloaded it while "googling for test samples for album she didn't have money to buy at the time"
3) TTVK sends an angry letter, demanding 600 euros and demanding that you sign NDA about the agreement to pay
4) Police comes to raid the man's home, several months later, taking only the laptop of his daughter, and saying things like "just pay the bill, it is not that much" and "if you pay, we will go away and leave you alone"
5) Guy decides to fight it, does not sign the NDA and makes a Facebook post
6) Kukilainen from TTVK makes a note saying, "we only track IPs and we will take this to court"
7) Artist posts on her Facebook page "I don't want to sue my fans, but I think these TTVK guys are not so bad as you think"
8) Anti-piracy party in Finland blames the artists for not taking a stand, praises the guy for his heroism and demanding law reforms
9) Police makes a statement, that they are investing the father's part in this and it becomes clear, that the guy own's a bar and has live performances - so he should be aware of intellectual property rights.
The general atmosphere here in Finland is, that artists and contributors generally do want compensation, want this particular case to go away , and TTVK to resume business as usual and normal people are waking up to reality of our crappy copyright laws. One university law professor stated, that legistlation is a result from lobbying campaign from TTVK and should not ever have passed in its current form.