Publishers, AAP Hit Back in Internet Archive Discovery Dispute

Lawyers for the AAP and the plaintiff publishers insist that communications and documents being withheld in the case are in fact privileged, and accused the IA of "attempting to litigate this case and their desired policy gains in the press based on a false narrative rather than in the courtroom based on the facts and the law.” Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2021-11-04 04:00:00 UTC ]
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PA backs AAP as publishers file lawsuit against Internet Archive

The Publishers Association has expressed its support as member companies of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Internet Archive (IA), a self-described American digital library offering "universal access to all knowledge". Continue reading at The Bookseller

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In New Filing, Publishers Accuse Internet Archive of ‘Stonewalling’ Discovery in Scanning Lawsuit

In a November 19 letter, lawyers for the plaintiff publishers outlined seven “categories” of requested documents yet to be turned over by the Internet Archive and accused the IA of "hoping to run out the clock” on discovery. Discovery in the case is due to close mid-December. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Publishers, Internet Archive Trade Reply Briefs in Book Scanning Case

In the lengthy filings, the parties sharpen their arguments for summary judgment in the closely watched copyright case. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Internet Archive, Publishers to Seek Summary Judgment in Book Scanning Lawsuit

A federal court in New York last week ordered that motions for summary judgment be filed by early summer, meaning the fate of the closely watched copyright case could be in the court’s hands by early fall. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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IPA and European Publishers Back AAP’s Maryland Copyright Lawsuit

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Publishers Blast Internet Archive’s ‘Extraordinary’ Demand for Sales Data

Lawyers say the Internet Archive's sweeping demand for 10 years worth of monthly sales data is "burdensome in the extreme" and legally "irrelevant." Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Internet Archive Seeking 10 Years of Publisher Sales Data for Its Fair Use Defense

In their filing August 9, IA lawyers insist the sales data is crucial to its fair use defense in a lawsuit filed last year, while the plaintiff publishers have balked at the extraordinary request. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Internet Archive to Publishers: Drop ‘Needless’ Copyright Lawsuit and Work with Us

During a 30-minute Zoom press conference on July 22, Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle urged the four major publishers suing over the organization’s book scanning efforts to consider settling the dispute in the boardroom, rather than the courtroom. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Internet Archive is ending the National Emergency Library over lawsuit from publishers.

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Publishers Sue Internet Archive Over Free E-Books

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Publishers Charge the Internet Archive with Copyright Infringement

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AAP’s 2020 Freedom to Publish Award: Bangladesh’s Jagriti Publishing House

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IPA: ‘Global Significance’ in the Internet Archive Lawsuit

As another court date in the Internet Archive lawsuit approaches this week, the International Publishers Association has led an amicus brief. The post IPA: ‘Global Significance’ in the Internet Archive Lawsuit appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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