Browsing by topic: e-book adoption

Spain’s Got a Digital Piracy Problem, says El País Journalist

Antonio Fraguas Garrido

In 2011, 49% of e-book content online in Spain was distributed without the proper copyright holders’ permission, says El Pais’ Antonio Fraguas Garrido.

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France’s Rentrée Littéraire (Literary Season) Goes Digital

E-book publisher Walrus and literary journal Actualitté have teamed up to produce France’s first website promoting e-books.

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#PubNewsCheat: Bologna’s iPad Obsession, Amazon’s Bid on Hocking

By Edward Nawotka Our cheat sheet to some of last week’s notable publishing news from around the world… Children’s publishers descended on Bologna last week […]

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Could Brazil and South America Eventually Surpass US, Asia and Europe in E-book Adoption?

By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story covers the growth of the Brazilian e-book market over the last year. As discussed in the past two days, […]

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