Well, it could have been worse. When Limewire was on trial for all its P2P transgressions, they could have been liable for TRILLIONS of dollars (the figure thrown around was $75 trillion, which is more-or-less equal to all the money in the world. (Seriously. It is. The math has been done.) Then the record industry decided to ask for a mere $1.4 billion.
With that all in the rearview mirror, founder Mark Gorton is probably happy that the final damages for copyright infringement will be just $105 million. Still, he won’t be going out for dinner for a few years.