The mother of a student who faced extradition to America over breaking copyright laws has spoken of her relief that a deal has been struck with the US. Richard O'Dwyer created a website that authorities said linked to pirated films and TV programmes.
And although he has paid a fine and agreed not to break any further laws to end the case, his mother Julia says he maintains he did nothing wrong.
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