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Copytalk: Article takedowns webinar archived

Archived webinar on article takedowns from popular open access repository An archived copy of the CopyTalk webinar “SSRN: Another enclosure of the commons” is now available. Originally webcast on October 6th by the Office for Information Technology Policy’s Copyright Education Subcommittee, our presenter was Michael Wolfe, Executive Director of the…

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Copyright Clearance Center charges a mark-up

It all started when I polled some librarians about recent permission fees paid for journal articles, just to have more background on current state of interlibrary loan. If permission fees were unreasonably high, it might be a data point to share if the House Judiciary Committee on the Courts, Intellectual…

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CopyTalk SSRN: Another enclosure of the commons?

What happens when Elsevier – one of the most profitable publishers of scholarly journals and research materials – buys an open access working paper platform like the Social Science Resource Network (SSRN)? Michael Wolfe from Authors Alliance will explore this topic at our next CopyTalk on October 6th, 2016. After being…

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