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June 5, 2007

RIAA Drops Claim Against Disabled Mom, Faces Counterclaim

The RIAA loses another one, this time in a case fought against a disabled Oregon mother where the association stipulated a dismissal of the case with prejudice.  That means they can be liable for attorney fees.  The defendant in this case still has a counterclaim pending.  This could be trouble for the RIAA legal strategy in file sharing cases.  The story is in Ars Technica.

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