There was controversy yesterday during the retrial of alleged file-sharer Jammie Thomas-Rasset, when an RIAA computer science expert nearly had his testimony struck from the record after referring to evidence that hadn’t been disclosed to her defence team. However, the afternoon saw Thomas-Rasset take the stand, and it didn’t go that well for her. She admitted that she”d used the username tereastarr for various online services for the last 16 years – the trial concerns file-sharing activity by someone with the username tereastarr@kazaa – and was also pressed to admit that the hard drive she had turned over to investigators had been swapped with the one in her PC at the time of the alleged infringements. A verdict is expected this week.

EarPods and phone

Tools: platforms to help you reach new audiences

Tools: Kaiber

In the year or so since its launch, AI startup Kaiber has been making waves,…

Read all Tools >>

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *