Google’s “Temporary” Shut Down of Its eBook Publisher Portal Approaches the Six-Month Mark | The Digital Reader Posted from Diigo.
Corte Giustizia sui filmati nei siti dei quotidiani “La Corte rileva… che la versione elettronica di un quotidiano, malgrado gli elementi audiovisivi in essa contenuti, non deve essere considerata come un servizio audiovisivo se tali elementi audiovisivi sono meramente incidentali e servono unicamente ad integrare l’offerta degli articoli di stampa scritta” Posted from Diigo.
E-book sales aren’t falling: Amazon is winning, publishers are losing – Fortune “Recent reports that e-books sales are falling don’t tell the whole story, and it’s not one that publishers should be cheering about” Posted from Diigo.
Google, Twitter Work on Open Source ‘Instant Articles’ for Mobile | Re/code “The plan, which is supposed to launch with a small group of publishers this fall, is an effort to make it easier for publishers to distribute their stuff on mobile devices. It is also a response to similar pushes from Facebook, Apple and […]
European Publishers Play Lobbying Role Against Google – The New York Times “The argument is simple enough: Publishers want money from Google,” said Till Kreutzer, a German lawyer who has campaigned against these new copyright proposals. “Many European politicians are open to listening to that type of proposal.” I wonder if normal people voice will […]
2015 — the year of being brave | The Bookseller Posted from Diigo.
Amazon inks deal with book publisher Simon & Schuster, gets ammo in Hachette fight | The Verge See also: Dispute Between Amazon and Hachette Takes an Orwellian Turn – NYTimes.com Posted from Diigo.