José Borghino tells WIPO, ‘Publishers need a clear legal framework with appropriate exclusive rights and effective enforcement’ in copyright.
‘Governments need to be convinced that the scourge of piracy is a problem for them and for their countries’ evolving economies,” IPA’s José Borghino tells the Arab Publishers Association’s conference in Tunisia.
Whose responsibility is it, one congress panelist will ask, to address today’s shallowing-out of reading as a habit in many cultures?
The IPA’s International Publishers Congress focuses on women in publishing, accessibility, the state of reading, the value of EdTech, cultural hegemony, and more.
The first IPA International Publishers Congress since 2018 will look at issues confronting the world book publishing industry.
As another court date in the Internet Archive lawsuit approaches this week, the International Publishers Association has led an amicus brief.
The Vietnamese publisher, author, and journalist Pham Doan Trang’s appeal of her nine-year sentence is rejected by the Hanoi court.
As Salman Rushdie struggles with his injuries, the world publishing industry demands protection for the freedom to publish.
Effects of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic on world copyright issues was a key focus at WIPO’s 42nd SCCR meetings.
The inaugural Caucasus and Black Sea Basin conference was the centerpiece of the UNESCO World Book Capital closer in Tbilisi.