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Digital Strategies: Automating Rights And Permissions

Posted at 8:17AM Monday 21 Oct 2013

The increasingly complex issues of publishing contracts executed prior to the digital era and the process of automating new databases of such rights today.

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Publishers Target E-book Pirates
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The International Publishers Association is taking e-book piracy seriously and has started to target websites offering free downloads

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www.telegraph.co.uk

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www.independent.co.uk

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www.complete-review.com

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