The Association of American Publishers finds international backing for its lawsuit of Maryland’s new library digital book licensing law.
The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain staged a protest Monday in solidarity with the America’s Writers Guild of America members.
Federal district court in Austin enjoins Texas from enforcing any part of its book-ratings law ‘HB 900,’ a preliminary injunction to come.
The proposed consent judgment in publishers’ Internet Archive lawsuit is made permanent but leaves some concerned about a limitation.
Seventy years after being written, the ‘Freedom to Read Statement’ has been reissued amid efforts at book bannings in the United States.
The Association of American Publishers is taking legal action in Arkansas and Texas in cases related to banning books in libraries and bookstores.
The ruling against the Internet Archive for its “Open Library” lending is a major win for book publishers and creative industries.
Ten American organizations intend to counter state-based challenges to federal copyright protections.
Citing ‘harms to content publishers and creators,’ the Authors Guild throws its support behind the antitrust lawsuit of Google.
The parent of Simon & Schuster closes the door on an appeal, ending the Bertelsmann/PRH attempt to acquire Simon & Schuster.