The disparity between financial punishments given to convicted filesharers? To coin a phrase, you couldn’t make it up. In the US, Jammie Thomas-Rasset and Joel Tenenbaum were fined $62,500 and $2,177 per track respectively. Now a Swedish man from Uppsala has been found guilty of copyright infringement in a similar case, and for making more tracks available – 44 – yet has been fined just $7 per track, resulting in a total damages bill of $311. “Swedish courts may be slowly coming to their senses regarding non-commercial violations of the copyright monopoly,” claims Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge, unsurprisingly.