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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitol_Records,_Inc._v._Thomas-Rasset

Capitol Records, Inc. v. Thomas-Rasset was the first file-sharing copyright infringement lawsuit in the United States brought by major record labels to be tried before a jury. The defendant, Jammie Thomas-Rasset, was found liable to the plaintiff record company for making 24 songs available to the public for free on the ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitol_Records,_Inc._v._Naxos_of_America,_Inc.

Capitol Records v. Naxos of America , 4 NY 3d 540 (NY April 5, 2005). is one of " the most notable case[s]" concerning the copyright status of US-published sound recordings issued before February 15, 1972 In this case, the New York Court of Appeals held that pre-1972 sound recordings, which are not given copyright ...

fairuse.stanford.edu/case/capitol-records-inc-et-al-v-thomas-rasset

Sep 14, 2012 ... This appeal arose from a dispute between several recording companies and defendant. Defendant willfully infringed copyrights of 24 sound recordings by engaging in file-sharing on the Internet. On appeal, the companies appealed the remedy ordered by the...

www.eff.org/cases/capitol-v-thomas

The filesharing case of Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset has a long, convoluted history. In October 2007, a jury found Jammie Thomas-Rasset liable for copyright infringement for file sharing, and awarded a $222000 penalty for sharing 24 songs on a peer-to-peer network. That was an award of $9250...

www.courtlistener.com/opinion/2137990/capitol-records-inc-v-alaujan

Jan 14, 2009 ... 593 F. Supp. 2d 319 (2009). CAPITOL RECORDS, INC., et al., Plaintiffs, v. Noor ALAUJAN, Defendant. Sony BMG Music Entertainment, et al., Plaintiffs, v. Joel Tenenbaum, Defendant. Civ. Action Nos. 03cv11661-NG, 07cv11446-NG.