Libraries are Having a #MeToo Moment
Censorship Or Complicity? As The #MeToo Movement Ignites, Libraries Are Facing Up To Some Tough Issues
Our usual eclectic round-up of news and back-fence talk from the gossipy worlds of publishing and the law, hosted by Donna in Florida and Peter in London. This is the audio-only version of Litopia’s show that’s broadcast live, in living colo[u]r on our Facebook page. Listen to the audio here, or watch the video there:
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Researchers Uncover Two Hidden Pages in Anne Frank’s Diary – The New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/15/books/anne-frank-diary-new-pages.html
Nashville ghostwriter sues Christian publisher over new Billy Graham biographyhttps://buff.ly/2Kx5q1X
Epic Decides To Double Down On Copyright For Cheating Lawsuit Against 14 Year Old By Taking On Mom https://buff.ly/2Kq2OCW #writing #amwriting Is cheating at a game copyright infringement? This case will decide.
No Standing for Monkey to Bring Selfie Copyright Suit | The Recorder https://buff.ly/2ru8piZ