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Tuesday, 04 April 2023

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Publishers Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, John Wiley & Sons, and Penguin Random House filed the lawsuit against Internet Archive (IA) in 2020, claiming IA had illegally scanned and uploaded 127 of their books for readers to download for free, negatively impacting their sales and the authors' royalties. On 25 March 2023, U.S. District Court Judge John G. Koeltl ruled in favor of the publishing houses on strict copyright grounds, stating that IA was making "derivative" works when they created electronic copies of printed books. The Internet Archive said it will appeal the ruling.

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Adding international news media content extends and deepens the existing, decade-long cooperation between WELT and Bloomberg, as well as Insider and Bloomberg.

Legal researchers now have access to real-time updates on Westlaw, which replaces the time-consuming taks of scouring the UK Supreme Cpirt website and adds expert editorial case analysis and content sets unique to Westlaw UK.

Recognizing that some papers can have hundreds, and in rare cases, thousands of authors, PubMed is now streamlining the display of lengthy author lists in search results.

The Company of Biologists will be planting a tree for each Research Article and Review article published in its five journals, as well as preserving ancient woodland to recognise the important work of all peer reviewers.