Copyright

OpenMonographs.org wants to change the landscape of scholarly book publishing.

Posted 04 December 2019

Report covers mapping of trends, actors and initiatives regarding the potential cross-border legal challenges that could be encountered in cyberspace.

Posted 29 November 2019

Almost 50,000 free to use images released.

Posted 04 November 2019

Aim is to provide links between citations and digital content.

Posted 02 November 2019

Regulator hits Google-owned site with record $170m fine.

Posted 05 September 2019

Educational publisher wants to make its learning resources digital first.

Posted 18 July 2019

Nature journals have unified their preprint sharing strategy.

Posted 21 May 2019

Global Alliance of Open Access Scholarly Communication Platforms launched at a session organised by UNESCO.

Posted 23 April 2019

Refunds made available because your books won't be.

Posted 04 April 2019

Two days of discussions about academic publishing covered China's role in OA, Plan S, value propositions, book publishing and much more. The event was not without controversy!

Posted 06 March 2019

The UK is one of the first countries to extend library lending compensation to cover e-lending.

Posted 28 February 2017

Five European research organisations call on legislators to modify current EU copyright reform proposals to future proof European research excellence.

Posted 13 January 2017

The European Court of Justice has granted French authors the right to be forgotten.

Posted 28 November 2016

Protests against another example of Spain's Gagging Laws.

Posted 15 November 2016

New company name revealed as Clarivate Analytyics.

Posted 07 October 2016

Collaboration to raise awareness of censorship.

Posted 28 September 2016

Yahoo has at last confirmed that it suffered a data breach in 2014.

Posted 23 September 2016

Lloyds of London surveyed senior leaders at almost 350 large European companies to explore their attitudes to cyber risks.

Posted 21 September 2016

The European Commission has been explaining its plans for copyright reform.

Posted 21 September 2016

Threatened with legal action over planned sharing of data with Facebook.

Posted 21 September 2016

Fraud costs the UK nearly £200 billion per year.

Posted 16 August 2016

Changes to rules will introduce parity with traditional telecoms companies.

Posted 16 August 2016

How can organisations harness new tech to stay relevant and deepen relationships.

Posted 12 July 2016

Sale includes Web of Science and Thomson CompuMark.

Posted 12 July 2016

Organisation proposes a Common Future for all of Europe's libraries.

Posted 06 July 2016

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