Here’s a round up of news articles that hit our radar during the past month:
APhotoEditor.com takes a look at behind the scenes videos: The Good… and The Bad.
Justice Department urges court to reject Google book deal, citing "class action, copyright, and antitrust" concerns. (via CNN.com)
Obama nominates Espinel for IP czar, a new position demanded by the entertainment industry to help battle copyright theft. (via FT.com – registration required)
Creative consultant Louisa Curtis held a reps panel at Adorama in NYC, where reps discussed important current trends and changes happening in the photo industry. Kristina Feliciano of Stockland Martel was there to report.
R.I.P. Irving Penn. (obituary via PDNonline.com)
Sarah Terry’s "The Aftermath Project" which is dedicated to documenting the aftermath of warfare was honored with a humanitarian award at the 2008 Lucie Awards. An accompanying book "War Is Only Half The Story, Vol 2" is now available for purchase. Read more at the links below. (via APhotoEditor)