Music piracy woman ordered to pay 24m Euros Copyright by KXAN – All rights reserved Video AUS우리카지노TIN (KXAN) — A woman who created a video of herself playing and uploading pirated movies on the web with the goal of raising awareness has been sentenced to pay $24 million for creating and distributing the site. imperial japanese flag coque iphone 11 The 24-year-old Texas native faced 13 years in prison for allegedly running the site after posting pirated movie trailers and videos on her YouTube channel. coque iphone 4 pikachu silicone The video had more than 1 million views before her arrest in November of 2010. coque samsung galaxy 20e She was originally charged with one felony count of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and another count of trademark infringement in November of 2010. coque iphone The case involved eight videos where the woman took credit for the original video that was uploaded by the owner of her YouTube channel. coque huawei stanford football coque iphone 11 According to prosecutors, they arrested the woman last August after someone identified herself as “Djmz” sent them a pirated movie trailer. coque iphone 6 site:cdiscount.com Her attorney alleged in court that her attorney was working with the FBI to track down her client. On July 4, 2012, she was sentenced to serve 12 months in jail after paying the same total amount for the six videos she created and distributed through the YouTube channel. coque samsung j3 2016 pas chere She also had to pay nearly $3 million in back payments to her business and license partners after her prison sentence. coque iphone animated gaming coque iphone 11 She has been scheduled to be released in December of 2015. According to prosecutors, “She took advantage of the availability of internet streaming, the internet in general and the availability of digital music to make money by selling and distributing pirated music in a commercial, commercial,카지노 사이트 commercial, and commercial market.” “It has bgospelhitzecome an important part of the life of most of us online, it really does, and this has created an industry that I feel is very dangerous and extremely destructive,” said U.S. coque huawei Attorney James Meigs in Austin.