New magazine-sharing site may violate copyrights

Monday, 18 August 2008, 11:19 AM EST

The magazine industry, already facing a decline in newsstand sales and falling ad revenue, is being besieged by a new foe: digital piracy.

A fledgling Web site called Mygazines.com encourages people to copy and upload popular magazines that are currently on newsstands. Visitors can read high-quality digital copies of dozens of current titles, including People, Men's Health and The Economist, in their entirety. The site, with some 16,000 registered users as of Friday, is a "flagrant" violation of copyright laws, according to legal experts but it is run by an offshore company of specious origin, making it difficult to shut down.

At the AP.

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