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    The U.S. Copyright Office is soliciting public comments on a massive 234-page report and legislative proposal dealing with one of copyright’s central problems—orphan works. But with a week left in the comment period, librarians and archivists—groups that once supported orphan works legislation—are lining up against the plan.

  • Publisher News

    Suit Against Pearson Education Over Royalties Moves Ahead

    A New York court has ruled that two textbook authors can proceed with a class action case against Pearson Education for failing to pay proper royalties.

  • Content / e-books

    Summary Judgment Motions Filed in E-book Price-Fixing Suit

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  • Financial Reporting

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  • Content / e-books

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  • Copyright

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  • Libraries

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    According to a new Pew survey, of those who have used a public library website in the past year, 50% accessed it using a mobile device, up from 39% in 2012.

  • Content / e-books

    Second Case Against Author Solutions Is Dismissed

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  • Libraries

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  • Libraries

    Back to School Goals and Advice

    As students sharpen their pencils and charge their mobile devices, teachers and librarians tell us how they’re preparing for the first day of school.

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