It’s the case that can’t be killed… by either side. The RIAA has filed an appeal against the latest ruling in the Jammie Thomas filesharing case. In fact, it’s appealing several decisions made in the case, according to CNET. Thomas’ fine was recently lowered from $62,5000 per infringement to $2,250 per infringement – a total bill of $54,000 versus $1.5 million. The RIAA’s appeal wants judges to rule on whether the district court erred by concluding that making a copyrighted work available on a filesharing network is insufficient to count as ‘distribution’; and whether it erred in claiming that the last jury’s award of statutory damages for Thomas’ copyright infringement violated the due process clause. Onwards and downwards…

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