Tag: copyright

EDITORIAL: Control versus convenience with eBooks

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There has been a lot said, printed, blogged and tweeted about eBooks over the years, both good and bad. Recently, the main focus of this discussion has been the issue of copyright, along with its close companions, document security and piracy. In this article, Dan Shea takes a trip down memory lane and outlines his position of cautious optimism about the future of eBooks.

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Adobe facing patent suit

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New York’s Rosebud LMS has filed a suit that accuses Adobe Systems of patent infringement, fraud, and violation of licensing agreement.

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Artifex files suit against Palm

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San Rafael, CA.-based Artifex has launched a suit against Palm Inc., based on what it claims in the suit is Palm’s unauthorized copying and distribution of one of Artifex’s registered technologies.

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Marzkware files patent infringement suit against Artwork Systems Group, Enfocus Software

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Santa Ana, Calif.-based Markzware, a developer of workflow solutions for graphic arts, printing, publishing and digital multimedia companies, has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles, California against Artwork Systems Group.

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This week in PDF: Google’s digital library

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Ah, September! In the last 7 days, Spring has sprung in the South while Fall fell in the North. This week in PDF also sees the release of a new eBook repository, a toolkit that directly creates 3D PDF content and a form-saving solution.

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PDF Proof: ‘This Song is Your Song’

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A PDF-based songbook containing a popular Woody Guthrie
tune helps prove that ‘This Land is Your Land’ is in the
public domain.

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