‘The publishers have established a prima facie case of copyright infringement’ against the Internet Archive, the judge writes.
London’s FutureBook 2022: Publishing’s ‘Common Ground’
The 2022 FutureBook Conference in London was themed on cultural considerations in the industry alongside business realities.
Australian Publishers Association: A First Industry Diversity Study
Surveying publishers, large to small, as well as freelancers and self-employed pros, the Australian study finds a need for ‘diverse representation.’
At Frankfurt: IPA Stages Its Second ‘Sustainability Summit’
The Publishers Association’s Dan Conway called sustainability ‘the issue we will all be judged on in the future.”
IPA’s Amicus Brief: ‘Global Significance’ in the Internet Archive Lawsuit
As another court date in the Internet Archive lawsuit approaches this week, the International Publishers Association has led an amicus brief.
Richard Charkin in London: Text and Data Undermining
‘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.
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.
Changes at the UK’s Publishers Association: Lotinga, Conway, Newton, Seymour
Dan Conway is to succeed Stephen Lotinga at the United Kingdom’s Publishers Association, and Nigel Newton becomes president.
Going Up: UK Publishers Say 2021 Book Sales Rose 5 Percent
The biggest format jump in the UK’s 2021 report was downloaded audio, up 14 percent to £151 million. Fiction and kids’ books rose 7 percent.