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What Really is ‘Open Access’

Beware academics. Open access is not freely accessible content. We can read, watch, and listen to open access content but we are usually not allowed to reproduce, sell, or modify it. That is not open access. http://www.cogsci.nl/blog/miscellaneous/192-the-difference-between-freely-accessible-content-and-open-access How Do You … Continue reading

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The Curse of Sherlock Holmes

Tip: This article is a ready idea for a great novel. It exposes how the copyright ownership of ‘Sherlock Holmes’ is still being fought for until now so much so that even Jean Conan Doyle, a daughter of the creator, … Continue reading

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Crazy Copyright Laws II

James Boyle, a professor at Duke Law School, seems to endorse my post and theory about ‘Crazy Copyright Laws’. His article in the Financial Times about the Google Books case makes the point that these issues wouldn’t exist if we … Continue reading

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