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- Customs seizes Pan; bookstore seeks help. // Body Politic;Dec83, Issue 99, p11
Reports on the seizure made by Canada Customs on a shipment of issues of "Pan" magazine and copies of "Panthology," an anthology of short fiction from "Pan," being sold by Glad Day Bookshop. Information on "Pan" magazine; Decision of Glad Day to appeal the decision.
- French Customs Seize, Ban Last Gasp Titles. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;7/5/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 27, p23
Reports that Last Gasp of San Francisco, a publisher and distributor, is complaining that French customs officials have seized and banned its shipments since 1996. Book titles seized by French customs; Remarks from Erick Gilbert, Last Gasp's foreign sales representative.
- May 31 trial date set for TBP's next round. R.S. // Body Politic;Mar82, Issue 81, p18
Reports on the trial of Pink Triangle Press on May 31, 1982 in relation to the publication of the article "Men Loving Boys Loving Men" in the publication "The Body Politic." Charges against three officials of Pink Triangle; Amount raised by the Body Politic Free the Press Fund for the trial;...
- Carter proposes Stanford Daily search shield. // American Bar Association Journal;Jan1979, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p31
Cites a law proposed by the administration of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to shield from surprise searches all those who are preparing material for publication. Government's response to a 1978 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Zurcher versus 'Stanford Daily'; Aspects of the proposal; Need for...
- TBP asks court to return materials. // Body Politic;Nov79, Issue 58, p12
Reports that Pink Triangle Press, the non-profit publisher of "The Body Politic," will seek a court order for the return of documents and materials seized by the Crown during a police raid on its office on December 30, 1977. Arguments presented by Clayton Ruby, lawyer of the Pink Triangle...
- Print Project Confiscated At Chinese Border. Taylor, Sally // Publishers Weekly;9/4/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 36, p18
Reports on the confiscation of the book `The Clinton Years,' by Robert McNeely, by custom officials at the southern Chinese border in August 2000. Controversy involving the book; Factors blamed by printer Palace Press International for the seizure; Book subjects that are banned in China.
- Pressure's on for the Press. Morrissey, Siobhan // ABA Journal;May2001, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p82
Reports on the anxiety of media advocates over rulings on publishing stolen information. Overview of the cases presented; First Amendment protection for using illegal information.
- Word games. Stevenson-Yang, Anne // China Business Review;May/Jun98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p42
Discusses the status of foreign publications in China. Regulations for foreign publications; Regulation on the editorial content; Bureaucracies that control publications; Nature of publishing in China; Obstacles to distribution of books and periodicals.
- Death by preservation. Pollack, Joe // St. Louis Journalism Review;Sep99, Vol. 30 Issue 219, p5
Criticizes the Newspaper Preservation Act which legitimized the joint operating agreement between newspaper publishers. Provisions of the law; Impact of the law on the newspaper publishing industry; Newspaper companies that went bankrupt because of the law.