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Hi Rick. I think we are in furious agreement here. I agree that it is unethical (and against every IT policy) to donate your credentials to sci-hub and librarians and administrators should secure their networks against hackers. It’s not just copyright infringement issue, as you say, it’s a university/network security issue. Nominated Best Television Series, Mini-Series or New Media Series – Best Contemporary Make-Up Rather than posts fr our regular bloggers, this week The 48:1 and 20:1 estimates from Gardner et al. assess Sci-Hub's usage at the start of 2016. These numbers are, of course, small. However, awareness of Sci-Hub was also low at that time. For example, a survey conducted in the first half of 2016, found that only 19% of Latin American medical students were aware of Sci-Hub. An online survey by Science in May 2016 found 59% of 10,874 respondents had used Sci-Hub, although it noted "the survey sample is likely biased heavily toward fans of the site". Incidentally, the 62% of respondents thought "Sci-Hub will disrupt the traditional science publishing industry". Anonymous file sharing • Van der Sar E. Elsevier Cracks Down on Pirated Scientific Articles. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015a 23 Dec 2019 3. How it gets credentials is a secret. From the Science article:

Avatar: The Last Airbender • ICanHazPDF When sixteen-year-old Tariq Johnson dies from two gunshot wounds, his community is thrown into an uproar. Tariq was black. The shooter, Jack Franklin, is white. At this time the widest possible distribution of research papers, as well as of other scientific or educational sources, is artificially restricted by copyright laws. Such laws effectively slow down the development of science in human society. The Sci-Hub project, running from 5th September 2011, is challenging the status quo. At the moment, Sci-Hub provides access to hundreds of thousands research papers every day, effectively bypassing any paywalls and restrictions. Despite this, Elbakyan (and Suber) plan to continue with business as usual. Suber will keep pushing for the expansion of Open Access journals and repositories despite publishers’ lobbying. Elbakyan plans to handwave away any more lawsuits and play whatever game of cat-and-mouse she must. • June My reply with the 3 papers you wanted is still awaiting approval, I had replied yesterday.

• Giving to Curtin There is no evidence given that accessing sci-hub to download papers will result in key loggers being placed on computers. So I disagreed with Donald that sci-hub gets credentials by offering free access to papers. (Although it may receive a small number of donated credentials to help with this aspect of its ‘mission’) That’s my only point – there is currently no evidence that accessing sci-hub to download papers will compromise your computer/library/institution. I don’t think anyone should donate their credentials and I am definitely supportive to securing networks against hackers. Margaret Atwood, Mojo Jojo | • Teaching areas View coupon codes for Better World Book • TACHS: Expressing Ideas in Writing Sci-Hub • MATHEMATICS & SCIENCE • Privacy policy • ^ a b c Gardner, Gabriel J. and McLaughlin, Stephen R. and Asher, Andrew D. (25 March 2017). "Shadow Libraries and You: Sci-Hub Usage and the Future of ILL" (conference paper). ACRL 2017, Baltimore, Maryland.: 568–587. hdl: 10760/30981. Archived from the original on 28 January 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. Cite journal requires |journal= ( help) CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ( link) • October 2011 Another

PLOS, CMU announce APC-free open access publishing agreement - Carnegie Mellon will be charged an annual fixed flat rate over the two-year term, which will be based on prior years' publication levels @PLOS #openscience… via @CarnegieMellon It has been reported, fact, but Universities are struggling with all the hacks they face and are doing their best to try and keep their patrons credentials safe and secure. It is hard for them when they are facing hackers who force their way in or carry out spear fishing attacks or simply phish for credentials! We are talking about a very sophisticated system here with huge resources. We are trying to help them with the creation of a threat intelligence alerting system that can be used by libraries and publishers alike. • Annotations API • Free Software Foundation • parent • Demonoid • ^ Kravets, David (5 May 2016). "Piracy site for academic journals playing game of domain-name Whac-A-Mole". Ars Technica. Archived from the original on 9 September 2017 . Retrieved 15 June 2017. Visual effects for the film were provided by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Digital Domain and Territory Studio, with some pre-visualization done by The Third Floor. [42] [43] For three hours three days a week Spielberg met with ILM, which was in charge of the OASIS segments and produced the bulk of the visual effects shots with 900 in total; [41] 80 minutes of the final 140-minute film are set in the OASIS according to VFX supervisor Grady Cofer. Spielberg remarked that "this is the most difficult movie I've done since Saving Private Ryan." [41] Visual effects supervisor Roger Guyett stated that the visual effects team would collaborate with Spielberg and writers Ernest Cline and Zak Penn. "What we did at one point was to have a card for every single character that we considered to be a “hero” character within the movie, and we put them up on a board and Steven and everyone else spent hours assigning them to scenes. We’d say, “This is where we want whoever it would be … Batman, Chun-Li, or whoever.” And then we went through the whole movie doing that. As the scenes developed, we got an understanding of how many characters we needed." [44] The European Commission included Sci-Hub in its "Piracy Watch List". [36] Website [ edit ] • - EarthPorn mozillaZine is an independent Mozilla community and advocacy site. We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same. Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please Ready Player One— harpy in a housecoat (@chachch_changes) March 11, 2018 • digital

• • January 2018 Not a good comparison - if the bookstore wanted to prevent you from reading the book, they can seal it up. The same doesn't apply to SciHub, which is illegally accessing papers/books that the publishers explicitly do not want them to access. The symbol of an ‘aunt’ suggests a caring and loving women like a nun. Ironically, the aunts aren’t the caring women but the opposite. They go around treating other women harshly, beating them up and carrying weapons. Humans should help each other at times of distress – women vs. women Also make other women against women- Janine and her rape Made to chant in unison against her Terrible behaviour criticised by Atwood • Legal aspects Mama Fratelli | This entry was posted in Director's Reflections by Donna. Bookmark the permalink. British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition) Who is in the cast of The Handmaid’s Tale season 4? Thank you to everyone for your comments. I have today added evidence as an addendum to the original article. When it comes to evidence I have to be careful; I cannot provide exact details without giving away our sources. I can say that we have been able to monitor activity patterns through log files and trace the source of the activity as being Sci-Hub, we have then gone on to monitor subsequent activity from the same source and we have seen all kinds of criminal activity coming from that source. • - gifs • Deluge Thoughts? in a Photoreal Project Do not feel bad. You are the benefit. More precisely, your education is. We should try to maximize people's potential and share knowledge with everyone, who wants to learn, instead of hiding it behind paywalls. - Completely free - with ISBN • • Tribler • 31 Copyright Attempts to block the site completely through legal measures have not been successful. New links to the site (some listed on Wikipedia) keep being created. Now it seems that publishers such as Elsevier are taking a new approach -- asking users to boycott the site because of security concerns. February 24, 2019 What you did is not illegal at all, but the law doesn't really matter anymore, so I guess you have fallen into the "pissing off powerful interests" category, which is just as bad as doing illegal stuff. You should consider putting this up as an onion at the least, is quite helpful for some of us. Kudos:) Все как обычно: я не права, а они умные и хорошие. A lawsuit isn’t going to stop [Sci-Hub], nor is there any obvious technical means. Everyone should be thinking about the fact that this is here to stay. Peter Suber, Harvard Universit My understanding is that most / all articles in academic journals are written by researchers who are not paid by the journal. Then, the articles are peer reviewed by another set of researchers - who are also not paid by the journal. Then, those same researchers are charged by the journal if they want to have access to the article. It's very unclear what value the journal actually brings - outside of slapping a particular well known name on the publication they don't do much. All of the people that actually do the hard work receive no direct compensation. We find strong evidence that Sci-Hub is primarily used to circumvent paywalls. In particular, users accessed articles from toll access journals much more frequently than open access journals. Additionally, within toll access journals, Sci-Hub provided higher coverage of articles in the closed and green categories (paywalled by the publisher) as opposed to the hybrid and bronze categories (available gratis from the publisher). Accordingly, many users likely only resort to Sci-Hub when access through a commercial database is cumbersome or costly. Finally, we observed evidence that Sci-Hub’s primary operational focus is circumventing paywalls rather than compiling all literature, as archiving was deactivated in 2015 for several journals that exemplify openness. Attesting to its success in this mission, Sci-Hub’s database already contains more toll access articles than are immediately accessible via the University of Pennsylvania, a leading research university. Attempts to block the site completely through legal measures have not been successful. New links to the site (some listed on Wikipedia) keep being created. Now it seems that publishers such as Elsevier are taking a new approach -- asking users to boycott the site because of security concerns. A Note on the Film Version of The Handmaids Tale F'Nale Zandor is one of the two secondary antagonists of Ready: Player One (along with I-R0k). She is the leader of the Sixers. While she was in IOI she works with Nolan Sorrento and took Samantha Evelyn Cook with her Sixers. Comments are closed. • April 2019 #volcan #volcano #Cleveland Les explosions des 1 et 2 juin ont laissé des traces bien visibles/Explosions from 1&2 june let well visible tracks; via @sentinel_hub @esa @CopernicusEU • PAX RN • Pamphlet en faisant les diagnostiques réseau, Windows me dit qu’il n’y a pas de problème de réseau. • ^ "Plan S: Accelerating the transition to full and immediate Open Access to scientific publications" (PDF). Science Europe. 4 September 2018 . Retrieved 13 September 2018. I agree. Most librarians are not going to cancel subscriptions that their members are commonly using and refer their users to Sci-Hub instead. But I think Sci-Hub usage does affect the decision making of librarians in two important ways: • Bastian Greshake Tzovaras , 1937年6月11日,英国数学家芒德福诞生于英国撒塞克斯郡。芒德福创造性的应用了不变式论的几何意义,建立了一门新学科——几何不变式论,还提出了代数曲面理论。由于芒德福在代数几何领域的卓越成就,他荣获了1974年度的菲尔兹奖。 • Scientific writing • Peter Suber Excellence in Contemporary Television Series • 1.1.4 France • Copyright infringement “It’s unclear whether Elbakyan is using Sci-Hub’s operations in service of Russian intelligence, but her critics say she has demonstrated significant hacking skills by collecting log-in credentials from journal subscribers, particularly at universities, and using them to pilfer vast amounts of academic literature.” • • ^ Stoltz, Mitch (10 November 2017). "Another Court Overreaches With Site-Blocking Order Targeting Sci-Hub". Electronic Frontier Foundation. Archived from the original on 7 December 2018 . Retrieved 27 October 2018. June ends up sitting with the doctor for some time, since she needs stitches for Serena’s retaliatory cut, and here she finally has the breakthrough she’s long been in need of. June tries to get through to his humanity, in terms of Ofmathew being forced to stay alive. “You’re torturing her,” June tells him. He responds, “She’s not my patient. The child is.” The pair make small talk, and June discovers they have a mutual connection — her mother, a former doctor. “Now I know why you took a swipe at Mrs. Waterford,” the doctor quips. “Dr. Maddox — she was scary.” June says she is, or was. “I don’t actually know,” regarding her fate. • Libraries 26Perry Miller was one of the group of professors at Harvard who almost single-handedly brought the study of American Literature into universities and gave it academic respectability. Before this time it didn’t happen ; so it was these people who for instance, resurrected Moby Dick, which had been neglected for many years. He was a sort of pioneer in the field. It’s through him that I knew what I did about seventeenth century Puritan America, a theocratic, oppressive regime not to be confused with the happy democratic fathers of America that some people are sometimes taught about in school. Nathaniel Hawthorne pointed out that one of the first things they built in Puritan New England was a prison, and the second thing was the gallows. These were not people who were interested in religious freedom. They were interested in freedom from the kind of traditional Anglicanism that was happening in England at the time. But they wanted to set up their own regime, which they thought of as God’s kingdom on earth. What does that make it ? A utopia. It was a utopian plan. It was to be “a city upon a hill, a light to all nations” – a quote from the Bible, which they used and which appears over and over again in speeches made by presidents of the United States. Despite everything, despite Bill Clinton and his goings-on, they still see themselves as a model society after all these years. So drink your Coca-Cola like good people. The Bill Clinton thing by the way, is just a replay of the kind of Puritanism which has been there from the beginning and which has always been much more interested in sin than in crime. Criminals have always been heroes – you know, Billy the Kid, Bonnie and Clyde. Besides, crime involves only punishment ; sin involves repentance and redemption. What they would really like is for Bill Clinton to fall on his knees, get saved and become an itinerant preacher. It’d be the good solution. So what was the question ? I’ve answered it. Oh yes, the part at the end that’s interesting… why not… her name, Crescent Moon, is not a witch. Her name is Crescent Moon because she’s a native Indian but it’s a nice witchy kind of name all the same. • Academics The opinion piece in the Guardian dismisses the costs of publishing, marketing, distributing, and archiving scholarly publications. One can argue the costs assigned by and profitability of the publishers are too high, but one cannot say there are zero costs. A good comparison is the cost of a hamburger at a high end restaurant versus a fast-food restaurant versus cooking at home. Should we get all three meals for the same price? • Digital Learning Her last selfless act was going back into the mosque to look for her husband on that fateful day, after she had already led other women and children to safety. Tags: • ICanHazPDF herself to the Aunts and to all authority figures. Offred holds • Open-design movement • ^ "Artists: Lakes of Canada". CBC Music . Retrieved 18 April 2017. • AAV Vector System • OpenNap • SEWING Looking for more theories, recaps, and insider info on all things TV? Join our Facebook group, Binge Club. The community is a space for you to share articles, discuss last night’s episode of your favorite show, or ask questions! Join here. 1. Academics who support the program willingly contribute their credentials to Sci-Hub; • Veronica Mars ( season 4; 2019) • Contact Preferences > I am writing to let you know we have blocked your deployment: Under his eye. • Instructions for Authors • Editorial Board • Scientific literature • Job • ↑ Sci-Hub приостановил работу в День науки Some publishers seem to have developed Sci-Hub proof systems now. I expect others will soon follow, so its days could be numbered by a technological fightback rather than a legal challenge • Podcasts To define the extent of the scholarly literature, we relied on DOIs from the Crossref database, as downloaded on March 21, 2017. We define the “scholarly literature” as 81,609,016 texts identified by their DOIs. We refer to these texts as “articles”, although Sci-Hub encompasses a range of text types, including book chapters, conference papers, and journal front matter. To assess the articles available from Sci-Hub, we relied on a list of DOIs released by Sci-Hub on March 19, 2017. All DOIs were lowercased to be congruent across datasets (see Methods). Sci-Hub’s offerings included 56,246,220 articles from the corpus of scholarly literature, equating to 68.9% of all articles. 0000-0001-8713-9213 • Proxy server Show less • RARBG • In March 2017, the website had 62 million papers in its collection, which were found to include 85% of the articles published in paywalled scholarly journals. Have a moment of self awareness for one second and consider this: if I had to make the same rebuttal multiple times to counter act the same argument then who is the spammer and who is just setting the record straight? Hmmmm • ruwiki Sci-Hub • Horror • Social • About • Biography • Barnes A L, Weslow D E, Gardner M J. Complaint – Document #1 of American Chemical Society v. Does – Case 1:17-cv-00726-LMB-JFA. [February 7, 2018]; Eastern District Court of Virginia. 2017 Concepts • • Featured Handmaids • 8 External links • DC++ Ready Player One Communications Кроме того, судя по всему, паразиты — не менее важная сила эволюции, чем ГПГ или половой отбор. И не менее важные звенья экосистемы, чем леопарды и львы. • 1.1.3 Russia The attacker is even registering a new cellphone number for accounts captured to maintain access to the account. We’ve had to start auditing phone numbers to prevent this. It’s quite a lot of effort so I’m wondering why this is worthwhile to the attacker. rOpenSci News is out #rstats #openscience • trolling • BRUSHES Does not appear А вы не путаете причину и следствие?) Show less Register to read this article for free. • Introduction • Delivery Times • Mobile User Agreement The Handmaid’s Tale was created for television by Bruce Miller, who was also an executive producer with Miller, Warren Littlefield, Moss, Daniel Wilson, and Fran Sears. by Michael Petherick • January 2016 • International, Mainland & Local Collaboration All the best , 8Next : sex. Who can have it, how often, under what circumstances and with whom ? In the utopia, proposed as the good society, free love tends to be a motif. Sex tends to get spread around quite a lot. In the dystopia, the bad form, it’s often eliminated, and always controlled, and in real life, dictatorships such as that in Romania before the fall of the Wall, do tend to take quite an interest in this area. In Nazi Germany there were laws as to who could have sex with whom. Linked to that is reproduction, which is not the same thing : who can reproduce and under what circumstances and with whom ? There was something called the eugenics movement in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century society which very much tried to control who could have babies and what kind of babies. So it’s a motif in real life and it’s also very much one in the literary form. In Brave New World, if you’ve read that book, you’ll recall that birth is obsolete, babies come from bottles, and if there’s something a bit strange about you it’s because somebody has put the wrong thing in your bottle. Copyright The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Sat, 23 May 2020 17:13:01 GMT) 6. In this novel handmaids no longer have unique names, but are given the name of the male head of the household, e.g. Of-Fred, Offred. How is that effective in eliminating these women’s identity? Is there any modern day custom in our culture that is similar? What are your thoughts about that? Many academic journals are extremely expensive. Want to read just one article? That could cost you around $30. The best way to access academic papers is through universities or libraries. But those institutions can pay millions of dollars a year to subscribe to a comprehensive collection. • Marketing Nominated • Honorary Award Holders • ^ Trow, Martin (1973) Problems in the transition from elite to mass higher education. Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, Berkeley,, accessed 1 August 2013 Past research sheds some light on Sci-Hub’s reach. From the Spring of 2013 until the end of 2014, Sci-Hub relied on the Library Genesis (LibGen) scimag repository to store articles ( Elbakyan, 2017). Whenever a user requested an article, Sci-Hub would check LibGen for a copy. If the article was not in LibGen, Sci-Hub would fetch the article for the user and then upload it to LibGen. Cabanac compared the number of articles in the LibGen scimag database at the start of 2014 to the total number of Crossref DOIs, estimating that LibGen contained 36% of all published scholarly articles ( Cabanac, 2016). Coverage was higher for several prominent publishers: 77% for Elsevier, 73% for Wiley, and 53% for Springer (prior to its merger with Macmillan/Nature; Van Noorden, 2015). Jessica: In the name of Abbi Jacobson, I refuse to believe a Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon would ever let us down, even in a theocratic postapocalyptic society like Gilead. But June’s got bigger problems than tired knees and the need for a good room freshening spray. Mainly, blood clots. Does no one worry about the lack of circulation to this poor girl’s extremities? No, but seriously, June’s biggest enemy this episode (and really this season) is herself. She’s slowly losing her mind in that room and what’s truly terrifying is how apathetic she seems about the whole predicament. She put Ofmatthew in this room, she’s the reason she’s dead and the baby’s life is in danger, and her response is, “Woe is me, I have an '80s pop ballad in my head and these fluorescent lights are taking a toll on my complexion.” Self-reflective, this handmaid is not. In the last episode, I worried the show was turning June into a villain. This episode, I’m sure that’s what they’re doing, and I honestly don’t know what the endgame of this series is now. • SHORT STORIES • reddit premium We filtered the access events by excluding DOIs not included in our literature catalog and omitting records that occurred before an article’s publication date. This filter preserved 26,984,851 access events for 10,293,836 distinct DOIs (97.5% of the 10,552,418 distinct prefiltered DOIs). We summarized the access events for each article using the following metrics: View conversation · Coverage Pour en savoir plus sur Sci-hub, vous pouvez lire l’article que j’ai écrit pour Vraiment à propos de la plateforme : La pirate des publications scientifiques • ^ Hardawar, Devindra (29 April 2016). "Hulu is adapting Margaret Atwood's 'The Handmaid's Tale '". Engadget . Retrieved 30 April 2016. This is expected to include Elisabeth Moss as June Osborne, Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy and Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia. The next morning, she doesn’t have much time to worry about why Nick hasn’t told anyone she was outside before she hears a series of bells signaling a Salvaging, another chilling ritual in this new world order. All the Handmaids gather in an open field, and a man is brought out in front of them – a man who, according to Aunt Lydia, raped a pregnant Handmaid and caused her to lose the baby. They’re told to stand around him, and once a whistle blows, they can do whatever they choose to him until the whistle blows again. It’s essentially The Purge, Gilead style, a way for the women to unleash the rage they must feel in their captivity. When the signal comes, Offred lands the first blow (in the book, interestingly, that’s Ofglen, and she has a specific reason for doing so), and then the women descend, screaming, grabbing, pulling, kicking — only Janine, clutching her now-pregnant belly, watches from a few feet away, twirling happily in the sun. Вы сами говорите, что даривший в этой ситуации мог бы знать о том, что человеку не понравится подарок, если бы был близким человеком, а он вроде как близким человеком не был. Regards Website Design The process is quite alarming – we’re seeing a sustained password guessing attack on our password management system. It’s coming from a Tencent cloud server (XXX.51.XXX.220) which we’ve now locked. The guessing rate was quite low but still successful, so I suspect it’s testing a list of users/passwords gathered from elsewhere. • See All College Courses • ^ "Elsevier's Open Access Controversy: German Researchers Resign to Register Protest". Enago Academy. 19 October 2017. Archived from the original on 6 June 2019 . Retrieved 15 March 2019. Won Publishers have been very critical of Sci-Hub, going so far as to claim that it is undermining more widely accepted open-access initiatives, [63] and that it ignores how publishers "work hard" to make access for third-world nations easier. [63] It has also been criticized by librarians for compromising universities' network security and jeopardizing legitimate access to papers by university staff. [38] [48] [11] [39] As the Russia incident and recent legal DNS suspensions show, Sci-Hub is not robust, but instead fragile. This fragility is somewhat mitigated since Sci-Hub uploads downloaded articles to LibGen scimag. But Sci-Hub does appear to be the only entity providing access with a user experience/interface that appeals to the masses. 1 • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ; • Understand the possible effects if your students use Sci-Hub, LibGen,, etc. Libraries need to block access to Sci-Hub from within their firewalls. Libraries typically have firewalls that protect from outside intrusions, but if a user within the firewall brings in PDFs, this can open a door in the firewall that is open to two-way traffic. • Activate Your Device • sci-hub .ee • • Contact Us Show less • ^ Rohrlich, Justin. "The "Robin Hood of science" says she's not a Russian asset". Quartz. Download rate for articles on Sci-Hub [49]