Ten American organizations intend to counter state-based challenges to federal copyright protections.
‘To tamper with an author’s words when he or she is no longer with us to express an opinion is sacrilege,’ Richard Charkin writes.
The new PageBreak conference in San Francisco names more speakers to explore innovation in book publishing on October 27 and 28.
The post-Brexit introduction of a new copyright exception by the British government sets off alarms among publishers.
Close to 600 titles will be part of the new, accessible ‘Ebooks for Everyone’ initiative from the Literary Press Group of Canada.
A newly issued license allows the UAE’s Kalimat Foundation to produce content in line with the Marrakesh Treaty’s stipulations.
The successor to the popular ‘Books in Browsers’ conference in San Francisco, October’s PageBreak has opened up early-bird registration.
The challenges of intellectual property protection in an age of digital distribution are at the heart of the Indian publishers’ free program.
The Emirates’ new reprographic rights organization bolsters copyright protection ‘the UAE’s digital economy,’ says Bodour Al Qasimi.
France’s publishers’ association is one of 54 cultural- and creative-industry groups messaging negotiators in Brussels today.