Comparing the Trans-Pacific Partnership to SOPA, critics say the 12-nation treaty currently being secretly negotiated could limit Internet freedoms.
The National Music Publishers' Association sent DMCA take-down notices to the biggest Web sites seeming to profit from posting unlicensed lyrics.
Larry Kirshbaum, the editorial head of Amazon's adult and children's publishing imprints, is on his way out as Amazon ponders its next move in book publishing.
It appears that Microsoft has surrendered in its ongoing battle with Google over its YouTube app. While the app is now available, it's pretty bare bones.
A court ruling upholds the Internet radio service's motion that it's allowed to play all works covered by ASCAP without restriction.
In an attempt to achieve greater transparency with users, the companies petition the US government for permission to publish requests made under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Amazon is selling its Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite e-reader locally in Mexico and is launching both a Mexico Kindle Store and a publishing platform for authors there.
Two prominent Australian game critics have launched a new publishing label to focus on long-form video-game criticism and analysis.
Small developers get some love, as MS continues its prelaunch charm offensive.
Amazon's publishing arm will publish short bios of "icons" who exhibit varying degrees of goodness, such as Jesus, Josef Stalin, J.D. Salinger, and David Lynch -- but no Jeff Bezos.