Limewire is completely lost at the hands of the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) last week, when they agreed to a nine-digit payout to major record labels.
The now-defunct peer-to-peer client agreed, last week, to pay $105M to the major record labels as part of a settlement between both parties -- the labels being represented by the copyright watchdog. They paid for 9,715 pirated tracks. However, some say they got away easy -- a jury could've awarded labels as much as $1.4 billion.
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