College Textbook Publishers Battle Copyright Infringement

December 2006
Educational Marketer;12/4/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 34, p4
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The article provides information on the lawsuit filed by John Wiley & Sons Inc. and Pearson Education Inc. against Booksvalue.com for copyright infringement in the U.S. Accordingly, illegally published textbooks without any authorization were sold in lesser costs by the bookseller over the Internet. The U.S. Customs officials captured approximately 100 pirated replicates of the books.


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