It’s no wonder the RIAA continue to their shameless strategy of targeting small-time illegal filesharers.
When they are making $1.92m from a mother of four who was caught sharing sharing files to a firm working on behalf of the RIAA, there’s certainly no other way of making this sort of money, that easily.
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