Category Archives: Copyright

NYTimes on Interoperatiblity of Ebook Readers and Ebook Copyright

Right on cue from the last post – this NYTimes article on interoperability of ebook readers and copyright protection for ebooks – check it out Related Posts:New Larger Screen Kindle Due Very Soon!New Ebook Formats Driving Ebook Growth Share & … Continue reading

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Should Publishers Support DRM-free Ebooks?

It seems authors and publishers are often at opposite ends of the tug of war between DRM ebooks and Open [DRM-free] Ebooks. One such author struggled with his publisher over several months to have his books published DRM free. His … Continue reading

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Squidoo Ousts Junk Lenses

In a welcome move to clear the Internet of junk web pages, Squidoo is taking bold steps to rid its website of lenses that fail to meet certain quality standards. To maintain the quality of their service and discourage IM … Continue reading

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3 Media Turnarounds in 3 Days

Over the past few days there have been 3 signficant turnarounds in the media world in terms of privacy, copyright. Facebook Facebook, the social media site has over 175 million customers. And many of those were not happy with the … Continue reading

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