Getty Images made an interesting content-usage model announcement last week. After years of playing whack-a-mole with everyone who's ever stolen one of their images, Getty decided to embrace the free model for a portion of their library. You'll find additional details on this here and here.
Apple didn’t mention this at the Guggenheim yesterday, but post-event the complaints are spreading across the Internet: According to the iBooks Author EULA, anyone who uses iBooks Author to create an e-book can only sell that book in the iBookstore. “It’s akin to Microsoft trying to restrict what people can do with Word documents, or Adobe declaring that if you use Photoshop to export a JPEG, you can’t freely sell it to Getty,” writes Mac developer Dan Wineman. Apple says that e-books created in iBooks Author must be sold exclusively through the iBookstore.