Please Don’t Sue LeVar Burton for Reading Soothing Stories to Scared Children
The Reading Rainbow host said he wants to start doing live versions of his podcast—but can't without permission from authors.
You Can Now Access 1.4 Million Books for Free Thanks to the Internet Archive
The Internet Archive is temporarily eliminating waitlists for tons of ebooks to create a National Emergency Library open to anyone with an internet connection.
It's Too Hard to Put Artwork Into the Public Domain
"Just to prove that our commitment to copyright abandonment isn’t merely academic, we hereby abandon all copyright interests in this article, fully and irrevocably."
Meet the E-Waste Recycler Jailed for a Year for Infringing Microsoft's Copyright
Eric Lundgren spent a year in prison for selling counterfeit Windows restore discs, now he’s home and ready to keep saving the planet.
Libraries and Archivists Are Scanning and Uploading Books That Are Secretly in the Public Domain
Millions of books are secretly in the public domain thanks to a copyright loophole, a new project seeks to put them on the Internet Archive.