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An article considering both the efficacy and ethics of piracy, placing ‘guerrilla open access’ within a longer history of piracy and access to knowledge.
German libraries and universities want all German-authored papers to be freely available worldwide.
This first-of-a-kind report from Knowledge Exchange maps the landscape for Open Access books in the Knowledge Exchange countries; Finland, Netherlands, UK, France, Denmark and Germany, together with Norway and Austria.
Cost-neutral extension of the existing Springer contracts by one year.
Take-down notices “imminent” as lawsuit is filed alleging widespread copyright infringement.
Many of the important papers penned by the chemistry laureates are not freely accessible.
Biologists are posting unreviewed papers in record numbers. Here's a survival guide.
A call on research organizations and their libraries to secure and earmark a share of their acquisition budgets to support the development of scientific publishing activities.
Understanding the potential effects of requiring that grantees publish their peer-reviewed research in open access journals.
Publishing means different things to different communities and individual approaches to OA are representative of this fact.
Academic publishers in general and Elsevier in particular have a reputation for their ruthless profiteering, using professional negotiators pitting hapless librarians against their own faculty.
The American Chemical Society seeks a broad order that includes millions of dollars in damages and demands action from Internet service providers and search engines.
I was reminded today about the wonderful history of Nature in it's claim that it would make all papers reporting a new genome sequence freely and openly available.
After almost 25 years since Stevan Harnad’s “subversive proposal“, now, finally, scholars and the public have a range of avenues at their disposal to access nearly every scholarly article.
After almost two decades, these developments give hope that scholarly articles will finally be freed from their paywalls.
The Open APC initiative releases datasets on fees paid for Open Access journal articles by universities and research institutions under an Open Database License.
Letter requests that ResearchGate consider removing content in violation of copyright.
If you have a pressing need to read an academic paper that’s hiding behind a paywall, your quickest course of action may well be to use Sci-Hub.
An evidence-based review.
Dissemin detects papers behind pay-walls and invites their authors to upload them in one click to an open repository.