Lowered the fine for downloading music from Jammie Thomas $ 54,000
The Minnesota girl was initially sentenced to pay a million and a half
The sample of the record companies have less and less power is reflected in the conviction of Jammie Thomas, a young woman from Minnesota in 2006, 24 songs downloaded to your computer. Initially his sentence amounted to a million and half dollars. Last year the figure was reduced to $ 2,250 per song stored on your computer without paying for it so that the compensation requested by the RIAA, the partnership formed by the record U.S. $ 62,500 added. The U.S. federal court has lowered the figure $ 54,000.