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Misconceptions about Licensing Electronic Content and E-Rights

Misconceptions about Licensing Electronic Content and E-Rights Here are some common misconceptions about licensing electronic content that I consistently hear: Misconception #1: Not all licenses are negotiable. Almost every license is negotiable, but often you have to ask the other […]

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E-Book Publishing Copyright Issues

With the many advantages of electronic self-publishing over traditional book publishing, and an expanding market for the consumption of e-books, many authors, publishers and organizations are already and

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Copyright Laws and Self-Published Authors

Last week I was delighted to be the first purchaser of the print version of a brand new self-published book, A Baker’s Dozen.  It was written and published

Digital Licensing, Clicking “I Agree”, E-Book & iPad Licensing

The Meaning of License According to Black’s Law Dictionary, a “license” is “The permission by competent authority to do an act which, without such permission, would be illegal, a

E-Book Royalty Rates

According to the Author's Guild, book publishers Random House and HarperCollins are sending letters to authors and literary agents seeking amendments to contracts regarding e-book rights.  The Guild

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