Copyright & A2K Issues - 26 June 2017


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Intellectual Property:

US Copyright Office recommends sweeping, welcome changes to America's DRM laws

The US Government Wants to Permanently Legalize the Right to Repair

MEPs have a chance to make copyright law fit for research

Elsevier Wins $15 Million in Copyright Suit Against Piracy Sites


Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

Are Open Access Journals Immune from Piracy?

Open Access as a Reassertion of the Values of Science

Five Ways to Find Open Access Research

The persistent Green vs Gold OA controversy and its deep flaws

The Societal Impact of Open Access to Research

Article Processing Charges – What Will You Pay?

Fair Open Access Principles for journals

Clarivate Analytics announces landmark partnership with Impactstory to make open access content easier for researchers to use





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