After the lawsuit was filed, Njuguna said she boxed up the PC reportedly used for infringement and purchased a new one. She then filed a series of counterclaims to the RIAA's lawsuit in an attempt to have the lawsuit dismissed and her name cleared. One of those accuses the record labels of failing to negotiate in good faith.
She has cited many previous cases of people fighting against the RIAA and their “deceptive” practices in the past. While the RIAA is not used to facing defeat, there have been a few cases they've lost and that number may continue to grow if their behavior continues.
I hope she gets her way. The RIAA has continued to try and dominate the music market in its entirety, blindly attacking anyone whom they deem worthy. People are sticking up for themselves more and more, however, so perhaps their bullying may one day end.