Penguin Group – citing security problems – has put a hold on the distribution of new e-books to libraries.
Some writers are up in arms that Amazon's Kindle Lending Library is offering their books for free.
An international group of writers are suing five American universities for copyright infringement – and sending a warning to Google Books.
Kindle 2 raised questions about the legality of audio features on an e-book reader. The arrival of the iPad may do the same.
The harsh critique of Google’s 10-month-old settlement with U.S. authors and publishers emerged this week in a 41-page brief that Amazon filed.