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According to music publishers, Peloton stole more music and demanded $ 300 million

The National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) has asked the courts to allow them to double their claims against the hometrainer and treadmill startup Peloton after discovering that even more music is missing in the training videos License is included, including songs by Taylor Swift and Kesha playing on the built-in screens of motorcycles. In the original complaint, filed in March, …

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Is subtitling an audiobook illegal? Main publishers say yes and they complain audibly

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Large book publishers sue the Audible of Amazon for the new speech output

Some of the world's largest book publishers have filed a lawsuit against Amazon-based audiobook company Audible. The lawsuit related to a new controversial role that, according to the literary industry, violates copyright law. The lawsuit filed with the Southern District Court in New York includes the Big Five: Hachette, Harper Collins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House, and Simon & Schuster. These …

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The Müller Report is free, but the publishers sell it as a book

The report of special advocate Robert S. Mueller III was finally published on Thursday and already numerous publishers wanted to benefit from it. "The wait is over," promised Skyhorse, an independent publisher of "The Miller's Report: The Final Report of Special Counsel in Donald Trump, Russia, and Collusion." With a foreword by Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard professor Law School, criticizing …

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Apple launches the "Netflix for News" service on March 25th. Publishers already hate it. / Boing Boing

The event will be Apple's first big announcement in 2019. Apple's long-supposedly subscribed news service is likely to be what the company intends to present at a Steve Jobs campus event on March 25, reports Tuesday afternoon. There is a big problem with Apple's plan, whose proposed conditions were leaked on Tuesday morning: Everyone in the news publishing business hates …

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Publishers betray themselves by using the Subscriptions News Service's Apple Terms of Service

Apple Inc.'s AAPL 0.77% Plan to set up a subscription service for news encounters opposition from major publishers about the proposed financial terms of the tech giant, according to those with whom The situation is familiar, an initiative that is part of the company's efforts to offset declining iPhone sales. In its pitch to several news organizations, Cupertino, California, the …

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