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Overall the reviewers were positive about the article, but they had a small number of concerns. We therefore invite you to prepare a revised submission that addresses these concerns. ... ... Nothing of that happened. Instead, Sci-Hub was quickly banished as an ‘illegal’ solution and projects like Unpaywall emerged and started promoting themselves as a ‘legal’ alternatives to Sci-Hub. • ^ a b Chawla, Dalmeet Singh (6 November 2017). "Court demands that search engines and internet service providers block Sci-Hub". Science | AAAS. Archived from the original on 23 November 2017 . Retrieved 7 November 2017. • Timeline

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In the previous analyses, open access status was determined at the journal level according to Scopus. This category of access is frequently referred to as “gold” open access, meaning that all articles from the journal are available gratis. However, articles in toll access journals may also be available without charge. Adopting the terminology from the recent “State of OA” study ( Piwowar et al., 2018), articles in toll access journals may be available gratis from the publisher under a license that permits use (termed “hybrid”) or with all rights reserved (termed “bronze”). Alternatively, “green” articles are paywalled on the publisher’s site, but available gratis from an open access repository (e.g. a pre- or post-print server, excluding Sci-Hub and academic social networks). Scientists in some European countries began negotiations with Elsevier and other academic publishers on introducing national open access. [61] [62] Blogs que sigo Ari Teger • ^ a b Pitts, Andrew (18 September 2018). "Guest Post: Think Sci-Hub is Just Downloading PDFs? Think Again - The Scholarly Kitchen". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 October 2018. • DAT Top Literature Books For High School

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• Dailymotion • OpenFT location marshall Sci-Hub emerged as a solution for immediate access to any paper behind paywall and simply because it was better than other methods listed here, it became very popular. In February 2016, the website claimed to serve over 200,000 requests per day [3]—an increase from an average of 80,000 per day before the "" domain was blocked in 2015. [50] • Use dmy dates from October 2019 • US Search (uncredited) concept artist Elbakyan had been pursuing a master’s program on public administration (which, she tells me, would’ve allowed her to make the “upgrade” to her living conditions she’d long been jonesing for) at Russia’s National Research University. She’d hoped it would let her influence internet information-sharing legislation. But in 2014, Elbakyan left, disappointed. Sometimes you may be asked to solve the CAPTCHA if you are using advanced terms that robots are known to use, or sending requests very quickly. • Tor hidden services on Wikipedia Hannes Doornaert • hide • Gripe site * Acknowledge Stuart Taylor • Best Post-Human Books “I do not endorse illegal means for providing Open Access,” says Harvard’s Peter Suber. “For most of Sci-Hub’s existence, I went out of my way to dissociate myself from it because it gave Open Access a bad name.” However, Suber says, Sci-Hub isn’t going anywhere. Elbakyan agrees. She has spare domains. She’s backed up her repository of articles. According to her, even if ACS pressures search engines to black out search results, it won’t matter: only 25 percent of Sci-Hub referrals come via search engines anyway. And if such comparisons were made, why are the percentages of coverage only given to third order? Is this just for convenience? (Giving the percentages of coverage to third order seems to imply a sample and not a complete comparison). • compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of whether they are attracted to a magnet, and identify some magnetic materials If Sci-Hub really is busy hacking into universities’ IT systems to get unauthorised access to articles – which include personal data such as authors names, addresses and emails – then those organisations that are in the EU should be reporting the breaches to DP authorities. Have any of them done so? If there are no such reports then either there has been no hacking, or the Universities are breaking EU law by failing to report the breaches….. A 2019 study of 27.8 million download requests via Sci-Hub indicates that 23.2 million of these were for journal articles, 4.7 million (22%) of which were articles from medical journals. The requests for medical literature came mostly from middle- and low-income countries (69%); the countries with the most requests in absolute numbers were India, China, the US, Brazil, and Iran. [52] Elbakyan faces an uphill battle. ACS has yet to show what it defines as “active participation.” If Sci-Hub’s Twitter page were to get taken down again, it would hobble the word-of-mouth network perpetuating Sci-Hub and ACS’s current domain-name whack-a-mole. • July 2010 Casey S Greene is in the Department of Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States Contribution Conceptualization, Resources, Supervision, Funding acquisition, Methodology, Project administration, Writing—review and editing For correspondence Competing interests No competing interests declared "This ORCID iD identifies the author of this article:" File sharing networks × Feminist Literary Theory And Criticism A Norton Reader January: 93 Justin Ostensen • OpenCitations 2017a. OCC dataset of all the identifiers, made on 2017-07-25. Figshare. [ CrossRef] • Year 4 English • Walmart • ^ Weiss, Peter. "Dances with Robots". Science News Online. Archived from the original on 16 January 2006 . 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Next, we investigated coverage based on the year an article was published ( Figure 6). For most years since 1850, annual coverage is between 60–80%. However, there is a dropoff in coverage, starting in 2010, for recently published articles. For example, 2016 coverage was 56.0% and 2017 coverage (for part of the year) was 45.3%. One factor is that it can take some time for Sci-Hub to retrieve articles following their publication, as many articles are not downloaded until requested by a user. Another possible factor is that some publishers are now deploying more aggressive measures to deter unauthorized article downloads ( Rovner, 2014; Becker, 2016), making recent articles less accessible. 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