Judge grants extension in music download case
The federal judge who presided over the nation's first music download trial has granted the request of attorneys for more time to file legal briefs to state their positions in the case.
In October, a Duluth jury determined that Jammie Thomas of Brainerd was liable for $222,000 damages for willfully committing copyright infringement by distributing 24 songs on the Kazaa peer-to-peer file sharing network.
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