Over the past decade or so, digital piracy has been a major headache for the music business, the movie business, and the television business. Less so for the book publishing industry. But that may be about to change.
Yesterday, Nora talked to Gabriella Coleman about online book piracy. Gabriella is an assistant professor in the department of Media, Culture, & Communication at New York University. They talked about why online book piracy is poised to shake up the book biz, and what smart publishers can do to stop it.
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