Copyright & A2K Issues - 13 September 2017


Intellectual Property:

Monkey Selfie' Lawsuit Ends With Settlement Between PETA, Photographer

Proposal for ancillary copyright for publishers threatens Open Access and Open Science

Sci-Hub’s cache of pirated papers is so big, subscription journals are doomed, data analyst suggests

Facebook to pay music industry millions in royalty fees to protect its users from breaking copyright


Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

Four Pillars of Open Science: Open Access

Maria Vlachou-That’s mine too!

Smarter, more affordable and hassle-free: Journals introduce new approaches for doctors to share medical experiences

New OA Database – Travelogues of the Eastern Mediterranean

The 2.5% Commitment

We have the technology to save peer review – now it is up to our communities to implement it

Authorea and SSRN Partner to Offer Authors a Better Way to Write and Edit Documents

Sustaining long-term access to open research resources – a university library perspective

Making peer reviews citable, discoverable, and creditable

Open Access: Five Principles for Negotiations with Publishers

IFLA Journal – August 2017

Peer Review in a World of “Alternative Facts”

The British Library is racing to save archived sounds from decay


Predatory publishing practices

The extent of South African authored articles in predatory journals

'Dodgy' articles in academic journals threatens integrity of South African science


Data Management:

Data Management Technology

Data Policies and Best Practices

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