Internet Archive

The Internet Archive has filed an appeal in a historic copyright case

The Internet Archive has filed an appeal in the copyright infringement case, which it lost in the spring of this year, writes The Verge. This is a landmark copyright infringement case initiated by major publishing houses Hachette, HarperCollins, Wiley & Sons, and Penguin Random House. They sued the Internet Archive ... Read more

The Internet Archive has lost a landmark copyright case, but vows to appeal

The Internet Archive vowed to appeal the judge’s decision in a landmark infringement lawsuit filed against it by major publishers. In that case, a judge ruled that the Internet Archive was liable for copyright infringement by a library that became popular in the early stages of COVID-19, reports Vice. Three ... Read more

“The Internet Archive is a library!” A lawsuit threatens the largest specialized library

The Internet Archive, a nonprofit digital library in San Francisco, has become one of the most important cultural institutions of our time. What began in 1996 as a bold attempt to archive the World Wide Web turned into a great library of books, music recordings and television shows, digitized and ... Read more