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Experts, authors and Guardian readers who illegally download books assess the damage

The Guardian – The UK Intellectual Property Office estimates that 17% of ebooks are consumed illegally. “…The UK government’s Intellectual Property Office estimates that 17% of ebooks are consumed illegally. Generally, pirates tend to be from better-off socioeconomic groups, and … Continue reading

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Celebrating women in politics: 10 books you need to read for Women’s History Month

Oxford University Press Blog: “This March we celebrate Women’s History Month, commemorating the lives, legacies, and contributions of women around the world. Since the inception of the women’s suffrage movement at Seneca Falls in 1848, we have seen a significant … Continue reading

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Scribd’s ‘Netflix for Books’ Subscription Model Is Proving to Be Fruitful

Fortune: “Scribd—a vast digital library of documents, books, magazines, audiobooks, comic books, and more—now counts one million paying subscribers and counting worldwide. The San Francisco-based company launched in 2007 as an open publishing platform, with many early members using the … Continue reading

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Papa Johns, Corporate Risk Management, and the Social Responsibility of Enterprises in the Shadow of Corporate Law–"Schnatter v. Papa John’s" and Director Authority to Inspect Corporate Books and Records

U.S. enterprises have been particularly sensitive to the social consequences of executive and board of director conduct, even when such conduct may not necessarily violate the law. I have suggested the way that this risk management and compliance approach has … Continue reading

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New Books at the Law Library – January 7, 2019

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KNQ702 .C47 2010Lei Chen, The Making of Chinese Condominium Law: A Comparative Perspective with American and South African Condominium Laws (Antwerp: Interstentia, 2010). Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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