The RIAA has been pursuing one user for copyright infringement and a 3rd verdict awards them $62,500 PER SONG, totaling $1.5 million for two CDs of music. Previous verdict was $1.92 million.
Ars Technica provides some background on the rulings:
To put that in context, consider the four file-sharing jury awards issued in the US to date:
  • $222,000 against Thomas-Rasset in 2007 ($9,250 per song)
  • $1.92 million against Thomas-Rasset in her 2009 retrial ($80,000 per song)
  • $1.5 million today ($62,500 per song)
  • $675,000 in the similar Joel Tenenbaum case in Massachusetts ($22,500 per song)