Top U.S. publishers sue Amazon's Audible for copyright infringement

  Reuters Inc's Audible was sued by some of the top U.S. publishers for copyright infringement on Friday, aiming to block a planned rollout of a feature called 'Audible Captions' that shows the text on screen as a book is narrated.
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