Tanya Andersen, RIAA defendant, has been awarded awarded attorney’s fees for her nearly two-and-a-half-year fight against a copyright infringement lawsuit. [Ars Technica]

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  1. Go, Tanya, go!

  2. homerjay says:

    I thought the RIAA wasn’t a company so much as it was pure concentrated evil.

  3. Rawk!

    Oh, I hope she’s able to make the case a class action suit.

  4. supra606 says:

    I wouldn’t get too excited yet. Attorney’s fees have been awarded to their victims before and last I heard they still haven’t paid some of them. I really hope this gets the class action status because I just can’t see how what they’re doing is legal at all.

  5. That’s great. Now collect them, and I’ll REALLY be impressed.

  6. CoffeeAddict says:

    What ever it takes to get the message across to RIAA I’m all for that.

  7. DarthSensei says:

    Anything that costs them money, even to defend themselves from having to repay, is a good thing for all of us.