Cash-strapped students rely on access to cheap digital textbooks. Only a few weeks into the fall semester, hundreds of titles suddenly disappeared.
After being sued for lending ebooks during the height of the pandemic, copyright experts say the site is in danger—and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Independent authors claim the viral trend is costing them royalties and nonrefundable delivery fees.
In response to book bans targeting Black and LGBTQ+ people, the Brooklyn Public Library is offering digital library cards to anyone ages 13 to 21.
Librarians say Holocaust deniers, antivaxxers, and other conspiracy theorists are being featured in the catalogs of a popular ebook lending service.
The flaws that potentially allowed hackers to spend money using victims’ credit cards are now fixed.
Writing an ebook is often touted as a quick way to make some cash – but is that true if you don't have a blue tick or thousands of Instagram followers?
Two subdomains of an official Virginia government website were hijacked and enrolled into a eBooks scam.
The Internet Archive is temporarily eliminating waitlists for tons of ebooks to create a National Emergency Library open to anyone with an internet connection.
A company is charging inmates by the minute to read ebooks on “free” tablets. The FCC could have stopped prison telecoms from gaining so much power, but didn’t.
Libraries are fighting Macmillan Publishers over an ebook embargo that would make borrowing new ebooks much harder for folks.
A quirk of copyright law means that millions of books are now free for anyone to read, thanks to some work from the New York Public Library.