Amazon’s Audible settles copyright clash with publishers
Book publishers sue Audible over new ‘Captions’ feature
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Amazon’s Audible will not enable its new “Audible Captions” feature for a number of audiobooks, following a copyright infringement complaint by several members of the Association of American Publishers.
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