Ahead of Frankfurt Book Fair, advisory board member Richard Charkin urges CEOs to focus on their P&L statements’ lines defined as ‘rights.’
The International Publishers Association’s Karine Pansa in Portugal speaks of rising threats to publishing’s framework of protections.
The proposed consent judgment in publishers’ Internet Archive lawsuit is made permanent but leaves some concerned about a limitation.
A proposed judgment bars Internet Archive from of offering ‘unauthorized copies’ of book publishers’ copyrighted content inside and outside the United States.
‘Canada is an international embarrassment’: A consortium of English- and French-language copyright advocates take the fight to Parliament Hill.
As the European Parliament works through its ‘AI Act’ legislation, Italy’s publishers back the country’s industrial sector’s position.
At Readmagine, Gutenberg University’s Christoph Bläsi examined several issues driving the artificial intelligence debate in publishing.
A new level of Canada’s copyright emergency: ‘The hollowing out of Access Copyright,’ has caused a 79-percent loss to rights holders.
The two great pillars of the International Publishers Association were on the IPA president’s mind as she spoke at Seoul’s book fair.
Targeted instances of potential ‘artificial intelligence’ usage include ’emotion recognition systems’ and ‘predictive policing systems.’