ALLi hopes to mitigate the challenges of selling rights to your book in a foreign language.
EU legislation designed to make big tech content providers more accountable to rights holders may stifle small-scale competition.
Major publishers are revisiting how they make ebooks available to libraries—with Macmillan deciding to embargo new releases for two months.
The Author’s Guild makes the point that the key form of pirated book is digital. The Guild lists three forms of book piracy.
Publishers and authors’ organizations say copyright law doesn’t allow for Audible’s audiobook feature that shows the text as it’s read aloud.
The small claims court for copyright protection cases has passed its Senate committee markup and is much closer to passage in Washington.
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) filed a statement with the FTC laying out the US book business’s grievances against Amazon.
Struggle by authors to address the 2012 Canadian Copyright Modernization Act isn’t over, but it’s reached a new inflection point.
From both an industry and author perspective, book clubs have played a key role in bookselling for decades—and are still looking hot today.
A Nielsen-Digimarc study looks at why people illegally download ebooks from torrent sites and the activity harms the publishing industry.