Cites & Insights November 2015 (15:10) available
This print-oriented two-column version is 38 pages long.
Unlike the book-excerpt October 2015 issue, there's no advantage to the single-column version (other than its being single-column), and copyfitting has only been done on the two-column version. (As has been true for a couple of months, both versions do include links, bookmarks and visible bolding.)
This issue includes the following essays, stepping away from open access for a bit:
The Front: A Fair Use Trilogy p. 1
A few notes about the rest of the issue--and a status report on The Gold OA Landscape 2011-2014.
Policy: Google Books: The Neverending Story? pp. 1-18
Three years of updates on the seemingly endless Google Books story, which has now become almost entirely about fair use.
Policy: Catching Up on Fair Use pp. 18-24
A handful of items regarding fair use that don't hinge on Google Books or HathiTrust.
Intersections: Tracking the Elephant: Notes on HathiTrust pp. 24-38
Pretty much what the title says, and again the main thrust appears to be fair use. (The elephant? Read the essay, including a little bit of Unicode.)