Dismay as US Supreme Court snubs Google Books appeal

The IPA was dismayed this month when the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) declined to consider the appeal in Authors Guild v. Google (the Google Books case), bringing to an end more than a decade of litigation.

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IPA keeps up Lat-Am momentum with top level engagements in Argentina and Colombia

The IPA has been building on the solid foundations recently laid in the Association's relationship with Latin American publishing, with prominent speaking appearances at two of South America's biggest book fairs, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Bogotá, Colombia.

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IPA co-signs letter demanding action on the five detained Hong Kong booksellers

The International Publishers Association (IPA) and seven other world free expression and publishing organizations have co-signed a letter to the Hong Kong Government to urge China to release the five booksellers that were forcibly disappeared and detained late last year.

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IPA president tells Bangladesh International Book Fair publishing prospers when freedom reigns

International Publishers Association president Richard Charkin opened the annual, month-long Bangladesh International Book Fair, in Dhaka, this week, stressing that publishing makes its most valuable contribution to society when governments allow the industry to operate freely. 

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IPA pays tribute to the late Paul Aiken, former executive director of the Authors Guild

 The International Publishers Association today paid tribute to Paul Aiken, executive director of the Authors Guild, who died last Friday, aged 56.

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