If convicted of the 2018 charges, Maria Ressa, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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.
HarperCollins Focus’ Cris Garrido is opening HarperEnfoque, a Spanish-language imprint based in the United States.
Richard Hurowitz’s reported bid for Simon & Schuster is said to be backed by the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth manager Mabudala.
First organized in 2006, Spain’s innovation-themed Readmagine industry-facing conference is set for June 7 to 9 in Madrid.
Threats to copyright protections, publishing leaders at London Book Fair will say today, are as broadly international as the Internet.
The founder of England’s Usborne Publishing, Peter Usborne, is said to have died ‘unexpectedly but peacefully,’ surrounded by family.
The ruling against the Internet Archive for its “Open Library” lending is a major win for book publishers and creative industries.
The consumer research company formerly known as NPD has become ‘Circana’ – and spots a political book on a fast rise.