What else may happen if I am found to be sharing copyrighted content?
Violating the rights of a copyright owner can result in fines in the form of settlements or statutory damages. The courts determine the fines associated with copyright infringement, and fines can range from $200 per violation to $150,000 per violation. In addition to the statutory damages, if you are found guilty of copyright infringement, you can be held accountable to pay costs and attorney’s fees related to litigation.
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