Access Copyright Suing York.
From an Access Copyright press release:
Monday, April 8, 2013: Canada’s writers and publishers take a stand against damaging interpretations of fair dealing by the education sector.
Access Copyright is taking legal action—on three fronts. The actions focus on York University, ministries of education, school boards and post‐secondary institutions that copy—and promote the copying—of copyright‐protected materials without a licence.
Mark Coker: Libraries to Become Community Publishing Portals.
With the rise of ebooks, public libraries are at a crossroads. Some book publishers, fearful that library ebook lending will cannibalize retail sales of books, are reluctant to supply ebooks to libraries at the very time that library patrons are clamoring for greater access to such materials.
A quick trip around the (publishing) world |.
Question: Where can I go to visit Lebanon, New Zealand, United States, Brasil, France, Ireland and Finland, in that order, all in one day?