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    Among the week's headlines: Libraries get good news on funding; a controversial copyright bill resurfaces; and why the net neutrality battle is about to get much bigger.

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    The Week in Libraries: September 28, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: Why 'Banned Books Week' is as important as ever; a look at how consumers' media biases are increasingly, well, biased; and is the FCC trying to stop localities from setting up their own broadband networks?

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    The Week in Libraries: September 24, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: A breakthrough on copyright reform; the editor of 'The Nation' links good libraries and democracy; and an EBSCO report predicts 5%-6% serials inflation for 2019.

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  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: September 14, 2018

    Among the week's headlines: A controversial proposal to reform copyright advances in Europe; ICE wants to destroy records of detainee abuse; and the 2018 National Book Award longlists are out.

  • Libraries

    The Week in Libraries: September 7, 2018

    Among this week's headlines: Librarians react to another change in the library e-book market; Google pulls a no-show at a Senate hearing; And if you're looking for office space in Chicago, hit up the ALA.

  • Libraries

    Penguin Random House Changes Library E-book Lending Terms

    Beginning October 1, 2018, PRH is moving from a perpetual access model (where libraries pay a higher price but retain access to the e-book forever) to a metered model (with lower prices on e-books that expire after two years).

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