Philip Jones tackles the thorny issue of copyright and new technologies in publishing.
In October 2004, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin made a rare appearance at the Frankfurt Book Fair to launch what for them must... Read more
To describe someone as green can be either to say they are ecologically aware or desperately naive. The Green Party's copyright policy displays... Read more
Lawyers for Audible say the legal action against its Captions programme could soon be over, in a letter to the court.
The Council of the European Union has approved the EU’s new law on copyright, making digital platforms like Google and Facebook legally responsible for content... Read more
Copyright "must not be used as bargaining chip" in trade negotiations, the Society of Authors (SoA) has said.
Publishers and authors have expressed their disappointment and "worry" after a controversial EU copyright law was rejected by parliament.
Tim Godfray, executive chairman of the Booksellers Association, has written to all UK MEPs asking them to support publishers in their fight against copyright infringement.... Read more
Hillary Clinton has come out in favour of US copyright reform, revealed by a campaign document announcing her "tech and innovation agenda".... Read more
The government has given publishers just three months to comply with new legislation which industry figures have warned threatens to decimate illustrated publishing, refusing requests for... Read more