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ASA claims author-publisher copyright splits unfair

The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has raised concerns that publishers are claiming an unfair cut of copyright earnings, in the wake of significant increases in copying, scanning and downloading of works. The ASA's executive director Jeremy Fisher told the Australian that many Australian publishing houses had increased their share...

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