Crazy: ‘Major book publishers sue Amazon’s Audible over new speech-to-text feature – Publishers say it is a ‘quintessential’ violation of copyright law’

This is an amazing news story that we are researching right now. A heck of a story submitted to reddit in the last day by the user mvea titled Major book publishers sue Amazon’s Audible over new speech-to-text feature – Publishers say it is a ‘quintessential’ violation of copyright law is gaining some traction, having got 8 comments already at the time of writing. You can read the initial story (posted by theverge.com) at this link. This was posted at 2019-08-24 06:04:58 and has an ID of cukovu. Some comments on this story are as follows (and you can comment here if you have anything to add):

  • “Nonsense.“, posted by the user gerry_mandering_50 at 2019-08-24 07:21:56. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
  • “Who would want to experience a book like this anyway? People learning how to read?“, posted by the user DarkSideOfTheMuun at 2019-08-24 06:05:52. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.

As this is something very close to me, I am looking for more facts on this story and will update this post as soon as we are done.

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