Liberty, the human rights campaign group have welcomed the proposed settlement of Richard O'Dwyer's case.
O'Dwyer, who is from Chesterfield, will voluntarily go to the US to pay compensation.
In light of this, Liberty have warned that there is still a need to reform extradition laws.
"Case after case shows that our extradition arrangements must be overhauled to allow people who have never left these shores to be dealt with here at home. We need urgent legislation to prevent their torment."
The founder of Wikipedia wants the Home Secretary to stop the extradition of a man from the Midlands to the US on copyright charges.
A mother from Chesterfield has taken part in a protest at Downing Street to challenge an order extraditing her son to the US
A student facing extradition to the US after he allegedly infringed copyright laws says he fears being held in a maximum security jail.