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• Singh Chawla D. Publishers take ResearchGate to court, alleging massive copyright infringement. Science. 2017b doi: 10.1126/science.aaq1560. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Sociology & Behavioural Science Your Choice History and lists • Travel and Immigration • CNE About three years before the Dynasty incident, the Kremlin adopted a law that required any organization with foreign funding not strictly involved with “science, culture, art, healthcare, charity,” and a laundry list of other activities, to register as a “foreign agent.” This barred those organizations from any further political activity, and raised a red flag for any associated groups. Charities, NGOs, and many social scientists decried the law, refusing to register. They argued that “political activity” was vaguely described, and that the law would cripple vital international collaboration. So, in 2014, the Kremlin amended the law so organizations could be labeled involuntarily. By July of last year, 88 organizations had become “ foreign agents,” and the law had sparked protests from human rights groups calling it a crackdown on freedom of expression and LGBTQ rights. • CS1 Russian-language sources (ru) Credit: Stephen Bilenky Elsevier hadn’t gotten the laws it wanted, ones that would have allowed it to pressure ISPs, payment services, and other internet intermediaries to block sites accused of piracy. So instead, it steadily set court precedents that did the same thing. “What seemed ‘uncategorizable’ ten years ago has changed, and I’m always pushing to the margins to find what now defies categories and challenges paradigms,” says Pearson, who accepts book query submissions in the summer. In the ten years since Siglio was founded, a number of other publishers, including New Directions, Ugly Duckling Presse, and Semiotext(e), have been producing intersectional, interdisciplinary books. Siglio both contributes to and pushes the limits of this expanded publishing landscape.

This is reflected in scholarship that deals with predestination. Historians and theologians tend to focus primarily on its place within Protestant thinking and its role in the Reformation, generally seeing the earlier Catholic inheritance as something that began with Augustine and stopped with Aquinas. In particular, scholars have focused on the abstract, speculative aspects of predestination rather than on the body of doctrine and moral instruction that it involved. 3 Children's Wrapping Paper But ACS proved more formidable than Elsevier — winning not only the suit, but an injunction demanding that “any Internet search engines, web hosting and Internet service providers, domain name registrars, and domain name registries,” stop doing anything to make Sci-Hub’s operation — and piracy — possible. ( University) • Report Scams and Frauds UK • • Military and Security Career Videos • Medicine Publishing • Culinary Arts and Personal Services • Working link -> (Updated-1.06.2020) • • Current Issue • The Pirate Bay Apuzzo M, Kirkpatrick DD. Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together. New York Times, 4.4.2020 • February 2014 • Developing research questions • - movies • Spanish Amazon Barnes & Noble Indiebound Apple Books Like Liked by 1 person Add extensions and apps to your computer from your phone 2) To calculate coverage, DOIs from Crossref and Sci-Hub for over 56M records are compared. Please give details of the algorithm used to compare the DOIs. When showing calculations, it is usual to show the general equation, and one worked example. Where a calculation is repeated many times, the additional detail is usually included in an appendix. Check the requirements given in your unit guide or lab manual, or ask your tutor if you are unsure where to place calculations. • Affordable Rental Housing • Cabanac G. Bibliogifts in LibGen? A study of a text-sharing platform driven by biblioleaks and crowdsourcing. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 2016; 67:874–884. doi: 10.1002/asi.23445. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Streaming programs • - askscience This blog post first appeared under a different title on the UK Copyright Literacy blog and is published under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license. The site's operation is financed by user donations. [3] Article sourcing [ edit ] Finding resources in your subject: Subject guides • Book chapter • ^ a b Banks, Marcus (31 May 2016). "Sci-Hub: What It Is and Why It Matters". American Libraries. Archived from the original on 18 September 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. • • Submit Manuscript • OpenFT • Download • software • Satyanarayan A, Moritz D, Wongsuphasawat K, Heer J. Vega-Lite: A Grammar of Interactive Graphics. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 2017; 23:341–350. doi: 10.1109/TVCG.2016.2599030. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • • Resources Email from Wiley, Inc., Wiley Online Library adds CAPTCHA to prevent systematic article downloads, July 9, 2015, You have javascript disabled. 1. Could you provide me with a reference where did you read that? ► Registration (10) • 7 — It Sounded Better in My Head by Nina Kenwood Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR 9:33 • Help and Support • October 2007 URL: • Mobile view Coverage of several access methods and their combinations. The Rest of Us Just Live Here , by Patrick Ness 392,277 • Aaron Swartz 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. Coverage by article type Highlights • Edmonton • Until, that is, the Kremlin unintentionally accomplished what Elsevier couldn’t: it got Sci-Hub shut down — at least in Russia. After an isolationist policy enacted by the Kremlin sparked intense bickering between scientists and Elbakyan, she pulled the plug herself. “The first time I encountered the distribution of scientific articles and sharing, it was in 2009,” Elbakyan says. As a student doing research at the Russian Academy of Sciences, she ran across an obstacle encountered by students the world over: paywalls. Most science journals charge money to access their articles. And the prices have only been rising. Read Online Free California Privacy Rights Sci-Hub is currently served at domains including,,,,, and, as well as at scihub22266oqcxt.onion — a Tor Hidden Service ( Dingledine et al., 2004). Elbakyan described the project’s technical scope in July 2017 ( Elbakyan, 2017): “Sci-Hub technically is by itself a repository, or a library if you like, and not a search engine for some other repository. But of course, the most important part in Sci-Hub is not a repository, but the script that can download papers closed behind paywalls.” • Instructions for Authors In a merciless world inspired by ancient Rome we meet Laia, a girl on the streets just trying to survive under the Martial Empire which punishes defiance with death. When her brother is arrested by the empire, she commits herself to the rebellion by joining the military academy as a spy. There, she meets Elias: supposedly the school's best warrior, but with a secret of his own. • ^ VogelOct. 13, Gretchen; 2017; Pm, 3:30 (13 October 2017). "German researchers resign from Elsevier journals in push for nationwide open access". Science | AAAS. Archived from the original on 22 March 2019 . Retrieved 15 March 2019. CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list ( link) Sci-Hub activity on 5 February 2016. 103,675 • • sci-hub .ee • Retirement • ^ "Scientific journal subscription costs in Finland 2010-2015: a preliminary analysis". rOpenGov . Retrieved 15 October 2017. • ^ 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. • Beaker clamp • literatus • American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research However, even prominent western institutions such as Harvard and Cornell have had to cut down their access to publications due to ever-increasing subscription costs, [64] potentially causing some of the highest use of Sci-Hub to be in American cities with well-known universities (this may however be down to the convenience of the site rather than a lack of access). [3] Sci-Hub can be seen as one venue in a general trend in which research is becoming more accessible. [65] Many academics, university librarians and longtime advocates for open scholarly research believe Elbakyan is "giving academic publishers their Napster moment", referring to the illegal music-sharing service that "disrupted and permanently altered the industry". [7] Pirating was a skill Elbakyan learned growing up in Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan, where Internet access was extremely limited and content — books, music, movies — was expensive. That experience shaped this belief: “All content,” she declares, “should be copied without restriction.” You can get information from scene classification layer produced by Sen2Cor, for data where S2A is available. Data can be retrieved by identifier “SCL” (e.g. instead of return [B02]; for blue color one can use return [SCL/10];). • How To Pronounce Sci-Fi Dine-In • July 2010 • Looking for a New Job 180,321 In this code, we specify the output name of the final .mp4 timelapse and list the .mp4 files we want to merge. We preface the .mp4 files with -i. Then we need to add as many arrays, as there are input .mp4 videos; [0:0] for the first one, [0:1] for the second one, [0:3] for the third one and so on. The n=3 indicates how many input .mp4 files there are. “Sci-Hub started as an automation for what I was already doing manually,” Elbakyan says. It grew organically from her desire to let people download papers “at the click of a button.” Users loved it. Sci-Hub’s use proliferated across the forum immediately — though it took longer for it to outgrow the forum. • DeMarco JV, Hirschberg DM, Sen U. Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion – Document #6 of Elsevier Inc. v. Sci-Hub – Case 1:15-cv-04282-RWS. [February 7, 2018]; Southern District Court of New York. 2015b That same year, the AAP and Elsevier also supported and lobbied in favor of a bill that would have prevented the government from requiring agencies to make research published through a journal Open Access at any point. That would have effectively killed the NIH’s 2005 mandate that all research funded by the agency have a copy submitted to an Open Access repository within 12 months. • Commercial use of copyleft works Journal of the American Chemical Society It has news articles from scientific journals—including many of mine in Science—as well as copies of open-access papers, perhaps because of confusion on the part of users or because they are simply using Sci-Hub as their all-in-one portal for papers. More than 4000 different papers from PLOS’s various open-access journals, for example, can be downloaded from Sci-Hub. • Article and author information • music View All James Steerforth Healthcare in the U.S. can be expensive. Make sure you have a good insurance plan. critical reviews or articles—may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, When Elbakyan started Sci-Hub in 2011, “it was a side project,” she says. She operated it without a repository for downloaded articles. With every request for a paper, a new copy was downloaded through a university’s subscription. It would automatically be deleted six hours later. If, for some reason, a person couldn’t access a paper through one university’s servers, they could switch and download them through another’s. • Genealogy • ^ 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. • Contact the University • Peer review Scientific publishing and piracy: Which problems does piracy solve, and which remain? When I was in high school, this was one of my favorite movies. Gorgeous cinematography, sweeping love stories set against the backdrop of war, Colin Firth, Naveen Andrews and his lovely locks…what’s not to like? I started the book expecting to be blown away but spent most of it really bored. The novel’s not super long, but the filmmakers did us all a favor by narrowing the focus and reducing the time jumps so that the story flowed more smoothly . Also, I found the conclusion of Kip and Hana’s romance in the book to be REALLY irritating. • sci-hub .st • Extending the Timeliness of a Topic Idea What else would someone be downloading from SciHub? These documents are not state secrets, they are taxpayer and charity funded research articles that are already available to tens of thousands of academics around the world (and unavailable to thousands more behind paywalls). First Person • Van der Sar E. Elsevier Cracks Down on Pirated Scientific Articles. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015a • Automotive Software It is also counter-intuitive to argue that the reason the big deals no longer work, and why we should walk away from them, is that their cost reflects that fact that they are leveraging unwanted content, whilst applying precisely the opposite logic to Sci-Hub. No single institution can provide access to all published content and it is unrealistic to expect this. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands 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: • - videos • Materials elevation = DEM - 65535.0; Check to see if your institution has access to this content. • list • • Instructions for Authors Editing Services June D Elsevier is granted a preliminary injunction to suspend domain names and restrain the site operators from distributing Elsevier’s copyrighted works ( Van der Sar, 2015b; Sweet, 2015). Shortly after, Sci-Hub and LibGen resurface at alternative domains outside of U.S. court jurisdiction, including on the dark web ( Schiermeier, 2015; Van der Sar, 2015c). • Writing an annotated bibliography at the The Pickwick Papers • Course information for new enrolling students Copy I’m a semi-retired academic who has published books, journal articles, etc. since the early 1970s, and have done and still do lots of reviewing. For 12 years I worked in the scholarly publishing industry. I agree 100% with what you say, but don’t understand why your questioning my background or your comments are relevant to the point I was making. Update on the situation in France: Sci Hub has been blocked in France, but you can find unblocking instructions here: ► More evidence collected shows that credentials that get into Sci-Hub’s hands are subsequently shared widely. How do we know? We caught them. When a particular set of credentials had been stolen and used first by Sci-Hub, the password was reset. For a short period afterward, the stolen credentials were monitored. The log file analysis revealed that there were 302 further attempts to access the site using the stolen credentials. The access points came from 12 countries including the United States, China, Thailand and Hong Kong. • Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) • ^ 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. This novel has received a lot of acclaim for its captivating romances and incredibly likeable female lead. #FemaleAssassinsRock • Sci-Hub Guide 5. Write your own script or copy custom scripts, which are stored elsewhere, either on Google drive, GitHub or in our Custom script repository. • November 2016 • Grading Someone Else's Paper It is easy to understand why journal publishers might see Sci-Hub as a threat. It is as simple to use as Google’s search engine, and as long as you know the DOI or title of a paper, it is more reliable for finding the full text. Chances are, you’ll find what you’re looking for. Along with book chapters, monographs, and conference proceedings, Sci-Hub has amassed copies of the majority of scholarly articles ever published. It continues to grow: When someone requests a paper not already on Sci-Hub, it pirates a copy and adds it to the repository. • ^ "Spion eller en kunskapens Robin Hood?". 10 January 2020. 1. Sci-Hub obviously is illegal/illicit in many countries due to its violation of copyright law. SciHub claims no other reason for doing what it is doing though except to make scientific knowledge easier to access for everyone. In line with Article 27 of the UN Declaration on Human Rights. Therefore, what does it say about the state of universal copyright law that sharing knowledge for public good is illegal? What does it say about copyright law that it seems to violate our human rights? Is SciHub therefore ethical? • 31 — Imagine Me (Shatter Me #6) by Tahereh Mafi Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR | Other Books in Series Next Request books from external libraries Lifestyle PA Resident Cards • ^ Greshake, Bastian (21 April 2017). "Looking into Pandora's Box: The Content ofSci-Hub and its Usage". F1000Research. 6: 541. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11366.1. ISSN 2046-1402. PMC 5428489. PMID 28529712. In the context of the big deal cancellations by several library systems in the world, in 2019 the wide usage of Sci-Hub was credited as one of the factors which reduced the apparent value of the subscriptions to toll access resources. [53] Reception [ edit ] • Tools • Seiko Hi Joe, • Imprint • WebTorrent Analytical chemistry is all about identifying, measuring, and separating matter. Bill Sikes • Diversity and Inclusion This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use and redistribution provided that the original author and source are credited. Metrics • ISEE • 9 — The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR Charles Dickens Essential Physics and Essential Chemistry were developed by our team of educators, scientists, and curriculum developers to provide students with modernized textbooks that Summary: Suber is one of the loudest voices for Open Access movement. He was one of the original architects of the 2002 Budapest Open Access Initiative statement that established the most widely used definition of Open Access: “free availability on the public internet,” with the only constraint on sharing of research being authors’ “control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited.” It also established the movement’s mandate to make Open Access the default method of publishing within a decade. • May 2019 • outlines any processing or calculations performed on the collected data (if applicable) "Don't be afraid to link to things," said Lipinski. "But if you have a reasonable suspicion that the material you are linking to is infringing copyright, look for an alternative resource. Do the gut test -- If something doesn't seem right, don't use it." 177,260 • Using oaDOI calls from the State of OA study, we show Sci-Hub’s coverage on each access status. Gray indicates articles that were not accessible via oaDOI (referred to as closed). Here, all three State of OA collections were combined, yielding 290,120 articles. Figure 7—figure supplement 1 shows coverage separately for the three State of OA collections. Further reading [ edit ] Penn Libraries uses the Alma library resource management system from Ex Libris. Alma includes an OpenURL resolver, which the Penn Libraries use to provide a service called PennText for looking up scholarly articles. PennText indicates whether an article’s fulltext is available online, taking into account Penn’s digital subscriptions. Using API calls to PennText’s OpenURL resolver, we retrieved Penn’s access status for the 290,120 articles analyzed by the State of OA study (see the greenelab/library-access repository). We randomly selected 500 of these articles to evaluate manually and assessed whether their fulltexts were available from within Penn’s network as well as from outside of any institutional network. We defined access as fulltext availability at the location redirected to by an article’s DOI, without providing any payment, credentials, or login information. This definition is analogous to the union of oaDOI’s gold, hybrid, and bronze categories. Requests for help with finding sources for your research will be removed. Look By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies. • PAX RN This page appears when Google automatically detects requests coming from your computer network which appear to be in violation of the Terms of Service. The block will expire shortly after those requests stop. In the meantime, solving the above CAPTCHA will let you continue to use our services. concerned Scientific American