‘The whole creative industry would be undermined,’ writes Richard Charkin, by the copyright exception promoted in the United Kingdom.
UK: Publishers Association Opposes Copyright Exception
The post-Brexit introduction of a new copyright exception by the British government sets off alarms among publishers.
Canada’s Literary Press Group: Accessible Ebooks
Close to 600 titles will be part of the new, accessible ‘Ebooks for Everyone’ initiative from the Literary Press Group of Canada.
The Emirates’ Kalimat Foundation To Publish Under Marrakesh Treaty
A newly issued license allows the UAE’s Kalimat Foundation to produce content in line with the Marrakesh Treaty’s stipulations.
Copyright: American Publishers File for Summary Judgment Against the Internet Archive
They sued the Internet Archive in June 2020 for copyright infringement. Now, American publishers file for summary judgment.
Copyright and Coronavirus: IPA at WIPO’s ‘SCCR’ Sessions
Effects of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic on world copyright issues was a key focus at WIPO’s 42nd SCCR meetings.
Abu Dhabi Book Fair: ‘Shutting Down’ Copyright Violators
As Sheikh bin Zayed allocates millions of dirhams for books at Abu Dhabi’s fair, the show announces action against copyright violators.
IPA’s Al Qasimi in Latin America: Empowerment for Women
The president of the International Publishers Association stresses the need to develop women’s roles in world publishing.
Anne Applebaum to the AAP: ‘Publish the Opposition’
Author and essayist Anne Applebaum told American publishers at their annual meeting that they have a role to play, both in Russia and China.
AAP’s Annual Meeting: ‘Fires Raging in Our Industry’
‘The biggest set of challenges our industry has faced in a generation’: Michael Pietsch and Maria A. Pallante lead the AAP’s annual meeting.