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Is there even $75 trillion dollars in the entire world?

Copyright law allows a copyright holder to collect what are termed “statutory damages” in an infringement case. Unlike traditional injury-based damages, statutory damages are not related to the actual harm done to a plaintiff.  Instead, they are set by Congress, and are defined in the copyright statute.  (Hence the term.) The copyright statute provides: (c) [...]

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