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The Most Watched Defamation Trial EVER – In The News – 05/20/2022

The Most Watched Defamation Trial EVER – In The News – 05/20/2022

MORE: Federal court deals setback to first amendment suit against Elizabeth Warren; Chicago mayor does photo-op in Texas bookstore when she should be working to stop shootings in her own city; Is People magazine closing its print division or not?; How far should social media companies be allowed to go with monitoring users?; Former NY Post digital chief settles explosive lawsuit; Author drops lawsuit over cocktail book; Newspaper gets sued for calling a billionaire an Oligarch; and The parody defense to a copyright infringement lawsuit was successful for this firm.

Don’t Write What You Know. Write What You Know Will SELL – In The News – 04/1/2022

Don’t Write What You Know. Write What You Know Will SELL – In The News – 04/1/2022

MORE: A 15-page, $1.25M book!; CA governor mocks parents about s*xually explicit books in school libraries; School board member sues critics for libel; Doctor faces plagiarism accusations; Scammer caught in medical journal fraud scheme; Amazon gets booted by Seattle Pride; Mainstream media is spinning political opinions, not news; Russia abducting and threatening journalists; Supreme Court agrees to hear copyright case of photo turned into Warhol paintings; Media blames Trump and white supremacy for Will Smith Oscar slap; Putin too busy criticizing J.K. Rowling to stop slaughtering children; and 125-year-old letter from orphaned choir boy found in church pew.

Amazon/Whole Foods Sued for Not Hiring a Murderer – In The News – 02/25/2022

Amazon/Whole Foods Sued for Not Hiring a Murderer – In The News – 02/25/2022

MORE: Amazon suspends BLM charity program over spending controversy; Cancel culture insanity at a university; A man secretly owned a PR website where he promoted his own firm, and trashed his competitors; Social media posts are fair game in a divorce; Update on ResearchGate/scientific publishers’ lawsuit; Shopify sued for textbook pirating by its clients; and Fast Company sued for selling its subscriber list; Employee at Texas A&M copied and renamed an author’s book (about the university!) but the university is immune from the lawsuit?

Why People Are Burning This Author’s Books at His Grave – In The News – 01/27/2022

Why People Are Burning This Author’s Books at His Grave – In The News – 01/27/2022

MORE: The feds are hiring writers to create future court testimony for government officials; The latest books that are victims of cancel culture; Ha ha ha! Actress’ fans sue for $5M because she was cut from a movie; CNN says Sarah Palin vs. New York Times trial will be “excruciating” for the paper; Amazon driver faces off with a bear!; ABBA settles lawsuit with stupid band that used their name; NYC professors sue over “anti-Semitic” Union; Author commits suicide after pedophilia accusations and then people burned his books at his grave; and Major booksellers accused of selling anti-Semitic book that was plagiarized from other sources.

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT: Be Careful When Posting Links with Embedded Images – In the News – 01/21/2022

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT: Be Careful When Posting Links with Embedded Images – In the News – 01/21/2022

MORE: NPR accused of reporting false story about Supreme Court; Musicians are earning millions selling their music catalogs; A political tome about American elites helping China contains 1,093 endnotes and NO unnamed sources; How to detect manipulative reporting; Former NY Post editor-in-chief sued; Be careful when posting links with embedded images!; Peruvian court convicts author AND publisher; Family of Amazon delivery driver sues after tornado death at warehouse; Should publishers be forced to sell ebooks to libraries?; and Authors win millions from ebook pirate…but may never collect.

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