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  • Copyright

    In Twist, Publishers Appeal Their ‘Win’ in GSU Copyright Case

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  • Copyright

    Open Road Dodges $1 Million Bullet in Copyright Case

    Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has denied HarperCollins’ bid to recover more than $1 million in attorney fees from Open Road in its infringement case over an e-book edition of Jean Craighead George's 'Julie of the Wolves.'

  • Copyright

    After Reversal in Key Copyright Case, What's Next for Academic Fair Use?

    On October 17, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded a key fair-use ruling in a long-running case over digital course readings on college campuses.

  • Libraries

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    Every few months the notion of celebrity librarians (celebrarians?), sometimes embarrassingly referred to as “rock star librarians,” appears on our radar.

  • Copyright

    Appeals Court Reverses GSU Copyright Ruling

    The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals last Friday reversed a lower court’s fair use finding in the GSU e-reserves case. But as the dust settles, library supporters says the 129-page decision may not be the significant blow publishers had hoped for.

  • Frankfurt Book Fair

    Frankfurt Book Fair 2014: Attendance Dips, But Modestly

    Frankfurt officials reported that 140,291 trade visitors attended the 2014 fair, down less than 2% from last year.

  • Content / e-books

    Adobe Responds to ALA Concerns Over E-Book Privacy

    Adobe has been under heavy criticism since a report revealed that Adobe Digital Editions is collecting and transmitting unencrypted user data back to Adobe.

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