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Georgia State University E-Reserves Case Goes on After Publishers Win Second Appeal

Attorney Sues for Access to Tanton Papers in Closed Archive

Alt-Right Activist Disturbs Law Library, Banned From UVA

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Irvin Mayfield, Ronald Markham Charged in NOPL Fund Mismanagement

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Residents Sue Escondido Over Library Outsourcing

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Lakewood, OH, Mom Sues Library Over Teen’s Rough Treatment

LSU and Elsevier: A Tale of Two Contracts | Peer to Peer Review

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The Right to Link is Challenged Under EU Law

Sci-Hub Controversy Triggers Publishers’ Critique of Librarian

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Judge Dismisses Final Lawsuit Between Orland Park PL, Bloggers

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Cincinnati PL Board Votes Not To Support Coverage of Gender Confirmation Surgery

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GSU e-Reserves Decision | Peer to Peer Review

KY Appeals Court: Library Taxes Legal

Ousted Queens Library Director Files $2 Million Suit

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Update: Librarians Embroiled in Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Harassment

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Boston College Oral History Project Faces Ongoing Legal Issues

Following Dismissal, Thomas Galante Sues Queens Library

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit by Removed QL Trustees Who Sought Reinstatement

Copyright Incentives in the GSU Appeals Court Ruling | Peer to Peer Review

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Ex-Detroit Library Official Timothy Cromer Sentenced to Ten Years

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NYC Mayor Appoints First Replacement for Dismissed Queens Trustees

Library Freedom Fighter Zoia Horn Remembered

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Appeals Court Upholds Wins for Fair Use in HathiTrust Case

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KY Legislature Won’t Fix Library Funding

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Authors Guild Appeals Dismissal of Google Books Lawsuit

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ALA and Freedom to Read Foundation File Briefs in Two Lawsuits

Queens Library Controversy Expands Into Construction Investigation

FCC Takes Another Swing at Net Neutrality While Netflix Agrees To Pay for Faster Streaming

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Cengage Comes To Terms with Creditors, Prepares to Exit Bankruptcy

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50 Years Late, Superman/Kennedy Comic Finally Finds a Home at JFK Library

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Court Strikes Down FCC’s Net Neutrality Mandate

Making FERPA Fit When We Flip | Peer to Peer Review

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Digital Firsts

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Court Decision, Levy Defeat Mean Drastic Cuts for WV's Kanawha County Library

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Sacramento Library Regains More than Half of Embezzled Funds

Judge Dismisses Authors’ Lawsuit Against Google Books

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Tennessee Supreme Court: Library Photo ID Can’t Be Used for Voting

Kentucky Library District Gets Temporary Tax Reprieve

Avoiding the Black Swan Approach to Interns | From the Bell Tower

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Judge Eases Proposed Restrictions in Apple Price-Fixing Case

More Kentucky Libraries Challenged in Court

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MIT, JSTOR Filings Delay Release of Swartz FOIA Documents

Update: Second Suit Filed to Halt NYPL Central Renovation

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Authors Guild Loses Class Action Status

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Cengage Creditors Sign Off on Pre-Negotiated Bankruptcy

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Academic Authors: Guild Does Not Speak for Us

Penguin Blinks on Agency Model Civil Suit

What is Alleged Defamation Worth? $1 Billion, on a Librarian’s Salary

Kentucky Library Suits Threaten District Tax Funding Statewide

Selling Used Digital Files: A Setback, But Not the End of the Story

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Publishing Ethics and Platform Neutrality | Peer to Peer Review

DC Library Advocates Butt Heads over Redevelopment

SF Law Library Sues City for Space

Press Sues Librarian Over Negative Evaluation

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Detroit Contractor Indicted for Library Kickbacks

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Can You Explain First Sale Using Only the Ten-Hundred Most Common Words?

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Appeals Court: Redding, CA, Must Allow Leafleting in Front of Library

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The Fight for Free Information: Liberate Our Cultural Assets from Economic Prisons | Blatant Berry

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Publisher Plaintiffs Post GSU Court Costs, To Be Held Pending Appeal

TN Supreme Court: Memphis Library Cards Are Voter ID

Update: MI Court of Appeals: No Gun Ban for Libraries

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Library Associations Brace for First Sale Fight with Owners’ Rights Lobby Effort

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After Courts Reject Library Card as Voter ID, Memphis Appeals Requirement

Plaintiffs Must Pay Almost $3 Million in GSU Legal Fees

Textbook Publishers Settle Counterfeit Claims

GSU Ereserves Plaintiffs File Appeal

Eyes Wide Open? | Peer to Peer Review

GSU Injunction Rejected; Plaintiffs Must Pay Legal Fees

Judge: Memphis Library Cards Aren’t Voter ID

Michigan Libraries Seek To Curb Guns

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Judge: Simi Valley Can Privatize

Maryland Librarian Gains Benefits for Same-Sex Spouse

Appeals Court: Librarian of Congress Must Be Able To Fire Copyright Judges

Library Associations Defend Right to Lend Books Printed Abroad in Supreme Court Filing

Fair Use Panel Cautions Against Adopting Georgia State Ruling as Definitive | ALA Annual 2012

Google Appeals Class Action Certification

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B&N, Defendants Respond in Ebook Antitrust Cases

Court OKs Prison Book Ban, But Unsolicited Senders Have Standing to Sue

GSU Ereserves Plaintiffs Propose Injunction

Authors Guild vs. Google Books Now a Class Action Lawsuit

Does It Pay To Sue Libraries? | Peer to Peer Review

Georgia State Copyright Case: What You Need To Know—and What It Means for E-Reserves

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Google, Author’s Guild Clash Over Class Action and Standing

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Blind Patrons Sue Philly Library for Loaning Inaccessible Nooks

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Hathi Trust, Library Associations Dispute Author’s Guild Motion

End of an Era at OCLC: Jay Jordan Reflects on His 14-Year Tenure

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Washington Library Allowed to Filter, Court Holds

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Agency Model Antitrust Investigation Could Close Soon

Columbia Panelists Urge Vigorous Exercise of Fair Use

Author’s Guild Seeks Partial Judgment on Hathi Trust’s Fair Use

Judge Blocks Simi Valley from Privatizing, For Now

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Appeals Court Finds Library Sex Offender Ban Unconstitutional

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National Library of Sweden: "No Deal with OCLC" on WorldCat Participation [UPDATED]

Copyright Office Urges Moving Beyond 'Ad Hoc' Mass Digitization Projects

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Both Sides Now | Peer to Peer Review

Library Copyright Alliance Releases Statement on Authors Guild-HathiTrust Lawsuit

That Would Be a No | Peer to Peer Review

ARL Criticizes Copyright Clearance Center's Role in GSU E-Reserves Case

SkyRiver/III Lawsuit Against OCLC Moves Forward--Slowly

Battle at the Nixon Library Over Watergate Exhibit

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