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191,950 • Free Software Foundation В 2018 году Роскомнадзор начал блокировку Sci-Hub в России на основании определения Мосгорсуда. Иск подавала издательская компания Springer Nature, которая требовала защитить свои авторские права на три научные публикации. Ранее Элбакян сама ограничивала доступ к ресурсу в России, мотивировав это тем, что ее "травит" научное сообщество после того, как российский энтомолог назвал в честь нее паразитоида-наездника Idiogramma elbakyane – при том, что ученый объяснял. • Best Dystopian Books • Blog Lenovo • Best VPNs for iOS Discuss the workings and policies of this site

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * 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. Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged publications journals publishers legal-issues online-publication or ask your own question. 12.1% A Part of Hearst Digital Media You can use Citationsy to create citations. It’s free! This project was performed entirely in the open, via the GitHub repository greenelab/scihub. Several authors of this study became involved after we mentioned their usernames in GitHub discussions. This project’s fully transparent and online model enabled us to assemble an international team of individuals with complementary expertise and knowledge. • Caiman Crocodilus, Melanosuchus Niger, Caiman Yacare, Paleosuchus Palpebrosus, Paleosuchus Trigonatus, Caiman Latirostris

• Ceratophrys Ornata 2017-11-23 Phone • Ready Player One (2018) Sc3/4.2f predict whether 2 magnets will attract or repel each other, depending on which poles are facing. • ^ a b c d Rosenwald, Michael S. (30 March 2016). "This student put 50 million stolen research articles online. And they're free". The Washington Post. Archived from the original on 14 April 2019 . Retrieved 12 December 2018. Not all scholarly articles have DOIs. By evaluating the presence of DOIs in other databases of scholarly literature (such as PubMed, Web of Science, and Scopus), researchers estimate around 90% of newly published articles in the sciences have DOIs ( Gorraiz et al., 2016; Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The prevalence of DOIs varies by discipline and country of publication, with DOI assignment in newly published Arts & Humanities articles around 60% ( Gorraiz et al., 2016). Indeed, DOI registration is almost entirely lacking for publishers from many Eastern European countries ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). In addition, the prevalence of DOI assignment is likely lower for older articles ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The incomplete and non-random assignment of DOIs to scholarly articles is a limitation of this study. However, DOIs are presumably the least imperfect and most widespread identifier for scholarly articles. • sound needs a medium to travel, the speed of sound in air, in water, in solids 12.1% We investigated the level of access provided by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. This is a major addition to the study, since it allows us to compare Sci-Hub's database with the access of a major research university. Furthermore, the data for this analysis are openly available, making it the most comprehensive public analysis of a university's coverage of the scholarly literature (that we're aware of). Jacob Levernier, who helped perform these analyses, has been added as an author. • Grey literature Televisión, series, cine, estrenos, viajes, literatura... • Sutton C. Is free inevitable in scholarly communication?: The economics of open access. College & Research Libraries News. 2011; 72:642–645. doi: 10.5860/crln.72.11.8671. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] If the paper is in the repository already, the request is served immediately. If the paper is not already in the repository, a wait screen appears while the site presents someone else's credentials on behalf of the user to a series of proxies until it finds one that has access to the paper, which is then presented to the user and stored in the repository. [2] [38] [48] [46] ... musician: cello Plant Life ( S3A22) Nutrition & The Body ( S3B22) Rocks, Fossils & Soils ( S3C22) Light & Forces ( S3D22) Many students and researchers need to find a paper for their research, to complete the review of an article, or while writing their thesis. Many papers can be found through your university library, but for those that you may not have access to through your institution, we take a look at the three largest open access sites, as well as sci hub and Library Genesis.

• Best Laptop 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. " Pure Imagination (feat. Merethe Soltvedt)" • - philosophy Если говорить о труде издателей — то я не отрицаю того, что он должен быть оплачен. Пропорционально труду (и рецензентам тогда пусть издатели платят проценты с каждого скачивания статьи и с каждой оплаченной подписки, справедливо же?). А не так как сейчас. see the search faq for details. 457,650

Contributory infringement is found when a defendant "knows of the ultimate infringement (or should know) and does something that induces or materially contributes to that infringement," said Hardy. Vicarious infringement is found when a defendant "had the right and ability to supervise the ultimate infringer and stood to gain financially from the infringement." Como esta herramienta es cada vez más popular, ahora tenemos otras formas de acceder. Si usted usa el navegador Google Chrome, puede usar esta extensión. Su uso es sorprendentemente simple: solo debe acceder al sitio original donde está alojado el artículo y presionar en el botón de la extensión. • Kitchener Ничего не понимаю. Вы же сами цитируете фрагмент статьи учёного. "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." After Taming Open Access, Academic Publishing Giants Now Seek To Assimilate The World Of Preprints (24) • ^ McClintock, Pamela (March 28, 2018). "Box-Office Preview: Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' Eyes $45M-$50M Bow". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Archived from the original on March 28, 2018 . Retrieved March 28, 2018. • • identifying the functions of parts of plants. In 2015, Elsevier filed a lawsuit against Sci-Hub, in Elsevier et al. v. Sci-Hub et al., at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. [18] Library Genesis (LibGen) was also a defendant in the case [19] [20] [9] which may be based in either the Netherlands [20] or also in Russia. [21] It was the largest copyright infringement case that had been filed in the US, or in the world, at the time. [22] Elsevier alleged that Sci-Hub violated copyright law and induced others to do so, and it alleged violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as inducements to violate that law. [22] Elsevier asked for monetary damages and an injunction to stop the sharing of the papers. [22] Sci-Hub was created by Alexandra Elbakyan, who was born in Kazakhstan in 1988. [13] Elbakyan earned her undergraduate degree at Kazakh National Technical University [14] studying information technology, then worked for a year for a computer security firm in Moscow, then joined a research team at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 2010 that was working on a brain–computer interface. [13] She found the lab dull and became interested in transhumanism. [13] After attending a transhumanism conference in the United States, Elbakyan spent her remaining time in the country doing a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology. [13] She later returned to Kazakhstan, where her participation in research‐sharing forums led her to conceive of a way to automate the process of sharing. [13] The Sci-Hub website was launched on 5 September 2011. [2] Legal situation [ edit ] The site's operation is financed by user donations. [3] Article sourcing [ edit ] Another growing area in this sector is sales. Scientific salesmen use their knowledge to sell bespoke products to other companies, and selling products such as adhesives, medical supplies, and chemicals. (uncredited) • Himmelstein D, McLaughlin S. 2017. A user-friendly extract of the LibGen scimag metadata SQL dump on 2017-04-07. Figshare. [ CrossRef] Sci-Hub, according to the magazine Science, is either “an awe-inspiring act of altruism or a massive criminal enterprise, depending on whom you ask.” To some, Elbakyan—who has been compared to Edward Snowden by The New York Times—is a champion of transparency, earning her the nickname, the “Robin Hood of science.” To others, Elbakyan is a rogue hacker who stole the login credentials of scientists and academics across the globe, and is brazenly violating copyright law in full view. • Japan JP “Many people find its take on games and so-called genre art to be a dull, pandering tableau of reference points as an end unto themselves,” the A.V. Club informed. Dermot Power The four are versions of the same woman, and when they are brought together it gives Russ the opportunity to dramatically examine the different relationships with men and with other women experienced in the various worlds. The novel displays both the anger and the irony that are characteristic of her work at its best. James Tiptree once wrote to her: "Do you imagine that anyone with half a functional neuron can read your work and not have his fingers smoked by the bitter, multi-layered anger in it?" The result, often violent and always challenging, is the most powerful work of feminist science fiction ever written. • principles of hormonal coordination and control in humans animator • Freenet • Carousel:Previous Back • Careers • Christian To take advantage of these Apple Education Discounts, you need to currently be a student, teacher, school board member, or parent of a student. You can read Apple's terms and conditions here. Here's who is eligible for the Apple Education Discount: • December 2008 • 6 Further reading • The Future Of Music Business Models (And Those Who Are Already There) […] Sci-Hub is an online search engine with over 62,000,000 academic papers and articles available for direct download, bypassing publisher paywalls. New papers are uploaded daily when accessed through educational institution proxies, and papers that have been accessed through Sci-Hub are stored in the LibGen repository. […] • Page 3, first sentence of “Which Journals are Being Read?” and first sentence of “Are Publishers Created Equal?”: Change “at least a single paper downloaded” to clarify that you’re referring to the 6 months included in the log dataset. ... • • Open Access 385,619 Raz lives on the planet Arbre. He is part of a hermetic enclave dedicated to the pursuit and preservation of knowledge (while the rest of society remains blissfully ignorant), Canticle for Leibowitz-style. When his mentor discovers an orbiting alien spaceship, Raz’s view of his world is shaken as the alien’s presence threatens to destroy the careful balance of his planet’s society. Featuring detailed discussions of logic, mathematics and philosophy, Anathem is certainly one of the headier titles on this list. 78. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (2008) This market-leading series has been completely updated to meet the needs of today's A Level students. Written by established literature experts, York Notes Advanced introduces students to more sophisticated analysis, a range of critical perspectives and wider contexts. "The Oasis" And for all the researchers at Western universities who use Sci-Hub instead, the anonymous publisher lays the blame on librarians for not making their online systems easier to use and educating their researchers. “I don’t think the issue is access—it’s the perception that access is difficult,” he says. Culture stunt performer • Loxodonta Africana Africana • The Omnibus, Nineteenth Century Paris and Urban Modernity 15/05/2020 Pablo Markin • Upper key stage 2 programme of study assistant property master Taken together, universities’ subscriptions to academic journals often cost $500,000 to $2 million. Even Harvard said in 2012 that it couldn’t afford journals’ rising fees, citing, in particular, two publishers that had inflated their rates by 145 percent within six years. Germany’s University of Konstanz dropped its subscription to Elsevier’s journals in 2014, saying its prices had increased by 30 percent in five years. • Submit Manuscript • Moira ... (Image credit: Crown Publishers) Links are the language of the internet, the way information is shared, and people shouldn't be punished for doing this, said Stoltz. • Lawrence Lessig “I don’t agree,” says Ivy Anderson, the director of collections for the California Digital Library in Oakland, which provides journal access to the 240,000 researchers of the University of California system. The authentication systems that university researchers must use to read subscription journals from off campus, and even sometimes on campus with personal computers, “are there to enforce publisher restrictions,” she says. Sam Munnings • parent Разумеется, ситуация не бинарная и всё зависит от ответа (и того, можно ли этому ответу доверять). Miguel Macaya Dipak Tarpara Я думаю у нее синдром Невзорова—который обиделся, что его раскритиковали ученые за его «гениальную» книгу про устройство мозгов. Он тоже кричал потом про попов и погибшую науку России Recuerda, dicen que la democracia es un pésimo sistema de gobierno, pero es el menos malo de todos los sistemas de gobierno. Lo mismo ocurre con el sistema de publicaciones científicas actual, es pésimo para la ciencia, pero es el menos malo de todos los concebibles. • ScienceMag (28/04/2016): Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone • Accepted Manuscript updated: February 13, 2018 (version 2) • Signed & Special Editions • ^ "Элбакян Александра Асановна / RUNET-ID". . Retrieved 2017-01-07. В остальном вы совершенно правы, и заодно извиняюсь за занудство. • Book chapter Carrie Russell is director of the Program on Public Access to Information, ALA’s Washington Office, email:, and Ed Sanchez is head of Library and Information Technology at Marquette University, email: Embryologist • Anonymous P2P • [WEB PAGE] 8 Exercise Videos For Disabled People During Isolation A straight comparison of 56M DOI's with another similarly large number of DOIs would require at least 2.5 X 10 14 comparisons. Was it done this way? If so, how long did it take? Was another clustering method used? ... Moda, belleza, estilo, salud, fitness, familia, gastronomía, decoración, famosos... Sci-hub пользуюсь регулярно (муторно добираться через подписки, хотя университет не жадничает). донатил этому ресурсу. Посмотрим что будет удобнее обходить их блокировки или к издателям каждый раз логиниться. • A Farley Pupils should be taught to: Streaming programs • Disclaimers • 1337x ... Through Dynasty, Zimin supported another one of his organizations, the Liberal Mission Foundation (LMF). It was effectively a think tank that assisted education initiatives that taught modern political science from a liberal perspective in Russian schools — including Elbakyan’s. This is ostensibly what qualified as “political activity.” And though Zimin was a Russian national, he kept the money with which he supported Dynasty in foreign banks — making it fair game to be considered foreign funding. (In an interview with The New Yorker, Zimin said, “The Russian government also keeps its money abroad,” likely referencing the fact that the Kremlin holds billions in US bonds.) Together, Zimin’s “foreign” money and Dynasty’s relation to the LMF provided the excuse for the “foreign agent” label. In October last year, a New York judge ruled in favor of Elsevier, decreeing that Sci-Hub infringes on the publisher’s legal rights as the copyright holder of its journal content, and ordered that the website desist. The injunction has had little effect, as the server data reveal. Although the web domain was seized in November 2015, the servers that power Sci-Hub are based in Russia, beyond the influence of the U.S. legal system. Barely skipping a beat, the site popped back up on a different domain. senior modeling/texture artist: ILM • Proxy server • ^ Seitz, Matt Zoller [@mattzollerseitz] (April 4, 2018). "Thinking back on READY PLAYER ONE: I don't think Spielberg gets enough credit for making sad films that most people interpret as happy, and complex films that are immediately dismissed as simple or confused" (Tweet) – via Twitter. ... This is, as you can probably imagine, a big deal. But why is it such as big deal? Some feel that the result of the case will set a precedent for how services facilitate piracy sites in the future. Massimo Vico To catalog all scholarly articles, we relied on the Crossref database. Crossref is a DOI Registration Agency (an entity capable of assigning DOIs) for scholarly publishing [ 69]. There are presently 10 Registration Agencies. We estimate that Crossref has registered 67% of all DOIs in existence. While several Registration Agencies assign DOIs to scholarly publications, Crossref is the preeminent registrar. In March 2015, of the 1,464,818 valid DOI links on the English version of Wikipedia, 99.9% were registered with Crossref [ 70]. This percentage was slightly lower for other languages: 99.8% on Chinese Wikipedia and 98.0% on Japanese Wikipedia. Hence, the overwhelming majority of DOI-referenced scholarly articles are registered with Crossref. Since Crossref has the most comprehensive and featureful programmatic access, there was a strong incentive to focus solely on Crossref-registered DOIs. Given Crossref’s preeminence, the omission of other Registration Agencies is unlikely to significantly influence our findings. ... ... The American Journal of Food and Nutrition (AJFN) published by Science Huβ publishes, in English, high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications. Contributions are considered for evaluation on the understanding that they are original and not being considered for publication elsewhere. Read Journal • reconsidering the allocation of resources for collection development and interlibrary loan in an attempt to steer commercial publishers toward a financially sustainable scholarly communication ecosystem that is beneficial to all stakeholders. • Elbakyan, Alexandra (2016-02-24). "Why Sci-Hub is the true solution for Open Access: reply to criticism". In a review for, Brian Tallerico wrote that the film's "overwhelming" nature and non-stop action will likely thrill fans of pop culture; while he observed narrative weaknesses, such as a lack of depth among the supporting characters, he felt that they ultimately do not hinder the film from working "on the level of technical, blockbuster mastery that Spielberg helped define". [89] Writing for Variety, Owen Gleiberman called the film a "coruscating explosion of pop-culture eye candy", and found the sequence based on The Shining to be "irresistible". However, he also criticized Spielberg's dichotomization of fantasy and reality, as well as the film having "more activity than it does layers". [90] IndieWire 's Eric Kohn characterized the film as "an astonishing sci-fi spectacle and a relentless nostalgia trip at once" and praised both the sequence based on The Shining as well as Penn's screenplay, particularly with respect to Mendelsohn's character. Nevertheless, he remarked that the film "drags a bunch in its final third". [91] Я высказал свою собственную позицию, которая поддерживает позицию Александры. Я высказал то, что с моей точки зрения имеет отношение к печальной действительности и к еще более грустной перспективе. Ход Александры это просто констатация реального положения дел на «родине слонов». Если так пойдет и дальше, то скоро обсуждать нечего будет и некому… There a people though, who create mirrors of Sci-Hub articles database. I run a few mirrors and other mirrors are run independently, and Sci-Hub also uses accounts to access library resources provided by others. © 2011 - 2020 American Association for the Advancement of Science. All rights Reserved. AAAS is a partner of HINARI, AGORA OARE, PatientInform, CrossRef and COUNTER.American Association for the Advancement of Science.. • stem cells in animals and meristems in plants Many students like Elbakyan simply email studies’ authors, or tweet the article’s information with the hashtag #ICanHazPDF hoping someone will send them a copy if they’re blocked by a paywall. But these methods, like scouring Arxiv, tend to be hit-or-miss. So when Elbakyan found herself facing paywall after paywall, she began to wonder why she shouldn’t just jump them. Yes • Share-alike 356,323 Ver más vídeos stunt performer and it's extremely frustrating when you know how it's dealt with The publisher Elsevier owns over 2,500 journals covering every conceivable facet of scientific inquiry to its name, and it wasn’t happy about either of the sites. Elsevier charges readers an average of $31.50 per paper for access; Sci-Hub and LibGen offered them for free. But even after receiving the “YOU HAVE BEEN SUED” email, Elbakyan was surprisingly relaxed. She went back to work. She was in Kazakhstan. The lawsuit was in America. She had more pressing matters to attend to, like filing assignments for her religious studies program; writing acerbic blog-style posts on the Russian clone of Facebook, called vKontakte; participating in various feminist groups online; and attempting to launch a sciencey-print T-shirt business. Sci-Hub was created by Alexandra Elbakyan, who was born in Kazakhstan in 1988. [13] Elbakyan earned her undergraduate degree at Kazakh National Technical University [14] studying information technology, then worked for a year for a computer security firm in Moscow, then joined a research team at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 2010 that was working on a brain–computer interface. [13] She found the lab dull and became interested in transhumanism. [13] After attending a transhumanism conference in the United States, Elbakyan spent her remaining time in the country doing a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology. [13] She later returned to Kazakhstan, where her participation in research‐sharing forums led her to conceive of a way to automate the process of sharing. [13] The Sci-Hub website was launched on 5 September 2011. [2] Legal situation [ edit ] Legal and tech activists like the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) immediately decried the injunction. It went too far, the EFF said, setting a precedent eerily similar to previously proposed legislation would’ve worked: ACS theoretically could strong-arm any service that could be seen as aiding Sci-Hub. Forcing internet intermediaries to enforce copyright claims by shutting down accused sites wholesale makes it possible for copyright holders to abuse claims of infringement, says Mitch Stoltz, a senior staff attorney at the EFF. If a website can “disappear on command” without any oversight, there is no incentive to encourage copyright holders to be judicious. Even if a website simply advertises or links to another infringing site, or unintentionally has a few unauthorized reproductions of copyrighted works, not only could a copyright holder black out the site entirely, it would be relatively easy. That's very simple : On March 19, 2017, Sci-Hub tweeted: “If you like the list of all DOI collected on Sci-Hub, here it is: … 62,835,101 DOI in alphabetical order”. The tweet included a download link for a file with the 62,835,101 DOIs that Sci-Hub claims to provide access to. Of these DOIs, 56,246,220 were part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles, and 99.5% of the DOIs from Sci-Hub’s list were in the LibGen scimag repository (after filtering). Hence, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub repositories have largely stayed in sync since their split. On Twitter, the Sci-Hub account confirmed this finding, commenting “with a small differences, yes the database is the same”. Therefore, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub DOI catalogs can essentially be used interchangeably for research purposes. State of OA datasets Request a detailed protocol • December 2019 • About ... Commit time • Nanotechnology ... • Biopunk But you probably didn't gather that from watching the movie. Further reading [ edit ] Next, we evaluated coverage by publisher (Figure 6, full table online). The largest publisher was Elsevier, with 13,185,971 articles from 3,356 journals. Sci-Hub covered 97.3% of Elsevier articles. For the eight publishers with more than one million articles, the following coverage was observed: 97.3% of Elsevier, 89.4% of Springer Nature, 94.8% of Wiley-Blackwell, 96.2% of Taylor & Francis, 79.2% of Wolters Kluwer, 98.8% of American Chemical Society, 95.3% of SAGE, and 84.9% of Oxford University Press. In total, 4,878 publishers were represented in the journal catalog. The coverage distribution among publishers resembled the journal coverage distribution, with most publishers occupying the extremities (Figure 4). Sci-Hub had zero coverage for 1,206 publishers, and complete coverage for 323 publishers. B Several LibGen domains go down when their registration expires, allegedly due to a longtime site administrator passing away from cancer. paint & compositing artist: Stereo D • Instructions for Authors • Newly accepted at a college or university Just as spring arrived last month in Iran, Meysam Rahimi sat down at his university computer and immediately ran into a problem: how to get the scientific papers he needed. He had to write up a research proposal for his engineering Ph.D. at Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran. His project straddles both operations management and behavioral economics, so Rahimi had a lot of ground to cover. Opinion Emily England Gallery Promotional motion graphics: Territory Studio • Orphan works • Ensure proxy servers are secure, especially against dictionary attacks. Ariel R. Romero The next visual is just three pages of 60 I’ve compiled, taken from the Passfans website, showing a wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials are shared online. This is rife, and it’s a huge problem. This is a sample of the 60 pages the author compiled from the Passfans website that shows the wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials were shared online. • November 2018 (70) • Febrero 2017 Like Like • /r/SilkRoad • Forum 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. ... • Intercultural Understanding Search the website for... Search Headcam Supervisor The Goods • Elige Bien tu barrio We updated our journal information to the October 2017 release of Scopus. In addition, we created patches to standardize publisher names in Scopus. As a result, many of the numbers reported in the manuscript have changed slightly. Thomas Munro assisted with the Scopus enhancements, as well as providing feedback in other areas, and has been added as an author. digital artist / visual effects artist motion capture production supervisor: Digital Domain • Shop with Points Готово. Переходим на и используем поиск! • Woolston C. Paper piracy sparks online debate. Nature. 2016 doi: 10.1038/nature.2016.19841. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Year 3 Science Learning Journey Elbakyan is reluctant to disclose much about how she secured access to so many papers, but she tells me that most of it came from exploiting libraries and universities’ subscriptions, saying that she “gained access” to “around 400 universities.” B Several LibGen domains go down when their registration expires, allegedly due to a longtime site administrator passing away from cancer.