Publishers Strike Major Blow against Internat Piracy

Joint Press Release of the International Publishers Association and the German Publishers and Booksellers Association Publishers Strike Major Blow against Internet Piracy Geneva, 15 February 2012

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U.S. Supreme Court Follows IPA in Landmark Copyright Ruling

On 18 January 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Golan v Holder, a key public domain case, questioning whether the US Congress had acted lawfully when restoring copyright to foreign works which had been in the public domain in the US.

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Publishers Join UN Initiative to Create a Global Library for the Blind

Publishers from France, UK, US and South Africa have signed licensing agreements with TIGAR, a pilot initiative created in collaboration with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

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Providing Equal Access for Readers with Disabilities

IPA Position on an enabling international legal framework.

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IPA Continues Work Towards Access for Disabled Readers

The International Publishers Association is saddened to learn of the World Blind Union’s declaration to suspend participation in the shared projects initiated by the WIPO Stakeholder Platform.

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Canadian Copyright Reform: International Publishers Concerned About Damage to Industry

Today the International Publishers Association (IPA) has sent a letter to James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages and to Tony Clement, Minister of Industry containing a detailed critique of C-32, the copyright Bill, which will soon be sent to a parliamentary committee for in-depth study and to hear testimony of expert witnesses and industry stakeholders, and copyright consumers.

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