What Publishers Had to Say About Internet Archive’s Sales Data Demandby@torrentfreak

What Publishers Had to Say About Internet Archive’s Sales Data Demand

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Hachette, HarperCollins, John Wiley and Penguin Random House are asking a court to reject Internet Archive's request to access huge volumes of data regarding the sales performance of books. Publishers say they have already produced detailed sales and financial data for the 127 books in the lawsuit, totalling over 670,000 rows of data in Excel. They say that IA now wants access to data related to more than 500,000 additional books, complaining that it only wants access because the data it has obtained thus far doesn’t support its theory of no market harm.

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