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    Judge Tosses 'Defective' Trump Family Bid to Block Niece's Tell-All Memoir

    The dismissal may not be the end of the legal road, however, as Trump family attorneys are likely to bring suit in another legal venue.

  • Libraries

    OverDrive to Acquire KKR-Owned RBmedia's Library Business

    Combining OverDrive's market-leading platform with RBmedia's exclusive content represents a major new wrinkle in the digital library market: RBmedia is one of the largest producer of audiobooks in the world.

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    Court Refuses to Block Publication of Bolton Memoir

    A federal judge on Saturday swiftly rejected the Department of Justice's motion for a temporary restraining order blocking publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's memoir 'The Room Where It Happened,' but suggested that Bolton still faces stiff penalties for his "unilateral" decision to push ahead with publication without a formal release from government reviewers.

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    Bolton Accuses Trump Administration of Seeking to Suppress His Book

    In a response filed ahead of a hearing set for today, former national security adviser John Bolton accused the Trump administration of using the government’s prepublication review process to suppress his memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened.'

  • Libraries

    Reading Is Only a Step on the Path to Anti-Racism

    Anti-racist reading lists are trending, but becoming anti-racist requires action, writes librarian Nicole A. Cooke.

  • Libraries

    Putting a Value on Author Events at the Library

    No question, librarians are expert book marketers in their communities. But where too many librarians come up short is in communicating the impact and value of their efforts back to publishers.

  • Libraries

    University of California, Springer Nature Sign Groundbreaking Open Access Deal

    The University of California announced a groundbreaking open access publishing agreement with leading academic publisher Springer Nature, the largest open access agreement in North America to date, and the first for Springer Nature in the U.S.

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    DoJ Sues John Bolton Over Forthcoming Memoir

    In a statement, Bolton's publisher, Simon & Schuster, said the suit was "the latest in a long-running series of efforts by the Administration to quash publication of a book it deems unflattering to the President."

  • Copyright

    Internet Archive to End 'National Emergency Library' Initiative

    Citing a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by publishers, Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle announced this week that the IA’s National Emergency Library initiative will cease operation on June 16, two weeks earlier than its previously announced June 30 closing date.

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    Social Justice Resources for the Book Business

    As protests against police violence and in support of marginalized communities continue nationwide, PW has put together a list of social justice resources to aid members of the book business and others in their efforts.

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