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"In the midst of their jury trial, the company behind the defunct LimeWire client and the RIAA settled their dispute out of court. Limewire will pay $105 million to compensate the major music labels for damages suffered. … The recouped money is destined for reinvestment in new anti-piracy efforts and will not be used to compensate any artists."

"In the midst of their jury trial, the company behind the defunct LimeWire client and the RIAA settled their dispute out of court. Limewire will pay $105 million to compensate the major music labels for damages suffered. … The recouped money is destined for reinvestment in new anti-piracy efforts and will not be used to compensate any artists."

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