Global Information Industry Summit

Zetzsche, Jost
October 2007
MultiLingual;Oct2007, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p13
The article discusses the highlights of 2007 Global Information Industry Summit. The event is sponsored by the Content Division of the Software & Information Industry Association. Over 100 people attended the conference including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the British Library and executives from global publishers. Topics regarding copyrights, web applications and the challenges of dealing with digital natives were discussed.


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