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Digital rights: APA responds to ASA

The Australian Publishers Association (APA) has released a statement defending its members against recent claims from the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) that nascent e-book download services such as the newly launched Dymocks Digital Books could entail a breach of rights agreements between authors and publishers.‘The Australian Publishers Association strenuously refutes the...

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