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Government initiative to address the decline in publishing and bookselling.

Posted 05 August 2013

Publishers in Germany now have the exclusive right to the commercial use of their content online.

Posted 02 August 2013

LinkedIn revenues exceed market expectations.

Posted 02 August 2013

UK's ICO gives Google until September 2013 to act.

Posted 08 July 2013

Volunteers will write and expand WW1 content for Wikipedia.

Posted 28 June 2013

Personal devices and cloud services mean organisations are losing control of their content.

Posted 26 June 2013

The 2013 ISKO UK conference is focusing on the research - and practice - of knowledge organisation.

Posted 25 June 2013

Alleged data protection breaches cited.

Posted 21 June 2013

Failure to comply with privacy guidelines might incur a fine of up to €150,000.

Posted 21 June 2013

Private equity firm buys majority stake in STM publisher.

Posted 20 June 2013

UK magazine The Spectator has launched a digital archive covering its 180 year history.

Posted 10 June 2013

Policy will now include monographs and book chapters.

Posted 30 May 2013

Government to provide funds to assist with the publication of over 500 new titles.

Posted 24 May 2013

Impact of new law on publishers and search engines unclear.

Posted 17 May 2013

Caroline Fielding, a school librarian, reviews National Geographic Virtual Library - "a really user friendly resource".

Posted 07 May 2013

Librarians in Estonia are working together to influence intellectual property reform.

Posted 18 April 2013

74% of smartphone owners have interacted with brands through 'out of home advertising'.

Posted 29 March 2013

Media companies in Portugal seeking payment for content.

Posted 28 March 2013

QR codes will connect people to multimedia content.

Posted 22 March 2013

German-language e-book subscription database covers multiple disciplines.

Posted 13 March 2013

Springer's historic book collection now includes 28,000 German-language titles.

Posted 13 March 2013

The Bavarian State Library has developed groundbreaking - and 'bestselling' - apps and augmented reality tools.

Posted 08 March 2013

The EC will refer both France and Luxembourg to EU Court of Justice.

Posted 21 February 2013

The advantages of etextbooks seem obvious, yet student acceptance is still low. Marydee Ojala explores the latest etextbook trends and initiatives.

Posted 18 February 2013

German newspapers won't copy French newspaper's royalty agreement.

Posted 04 February 2013

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