That the Internet has changed the publishing of magazines, books, and newsletters almost completely is not an understatement. The transformation has occurred so quickly that courts have taken case law developed for print publishing and tried to apply it to electronic or online publishing. Sometimes the glove fits rather well, while in other instances the tailor is still deciding what to do.

To understand the changes that electronic publishing capabilities have brought to the publishing industry, it is necessary to know how publishers of weekly or monthly periodicals produced them just 10 or 15 years ago.

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