We reported earlier this week on a judge cutting US file-sharer Jammie Thomas-Rasset’s damages bill from $1.92 million to $54,000. Now it turns out that the RIAA has since offered to settle the case for $25,000, promising that if she refused, it would go back to court to challenge the judge’s ruling on the lower damages. Well, she’s refused. Her lawyers say she’ll settle for nothing more than a $0 damages bill. “It is a shame that Ms. Thomas-Rasset continues to deny any responsibility for her actions rather than accept a reasonable settlement offer and put this case behind her,” says an RIAA statement. Back to court it is, then. Source: CNET

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