Major publishing houses of America shared my Audible because of the new feature
Some of the major publishing houses of America today, Friday filed a lawsuit against a company audio book (audio) Audible – owned by Amazon – due to the violation of copyright, in order to prevent the company from launching the feature decision on behalf of the (captions audio) Audible Captions display the text written on the screen during the novel book.
Dismissed the lawsuit of seven members of the Association of American publishers, including: HarperCollins Publishers and Penguin Random House, and Hachette Book Group, and Simon & Schuster, and Macmillan Publishers.
She said the Association of American publishers in a statement: “you want (audio) mainly providing text as well as audio books without the permission of the copyright holders, though, possess the right to sell e-books only”.
The company (Oil) has announced last month about the advantage of Audible Captions, a used machine learning technology to transform the spoken word to the written word, which allows users to read while listening to the audio book.
And because the company (Oil) specialises in audio books only, which does not separate licenses for physical books and e-books. So, the provision of books with text and images, is a violation, since the company doesn’t get the licenses needed to reproduce the written version of the products.
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