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All publicly funded scientific papers to be free by 2020 under EU proposals

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Daisymay, May 28, 2016.

  1. Daisymay

    Daisymay Senior Member

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    I originally thought this applied to the data, but I think it only applies to the published paper (i.e. the results), which isn't particularly exciting. It had me excited for a while!
     
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    Daisymay Senior Member

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    I see what you mean Bob, I think you're right.
     
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    Free papers are still a step in the right direction. Freely available data is still needed.
     
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    Those who would control your access to information,
    See themselves are your master
     
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    I was just reading about this on reddit, apparently it does apply to data too but presumably the purveyors of dodgy research will just cite intellectual property rights, security or privacy issues.

     
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    I think that is great. Being able to access full papers on Sci Hub has been a great boon for my pursuit of ME/CFS treatments, and for reading about the pathophysiology of ME/CFS.

    By the way, the main Sci Hub site at http://sci-hub.io is currently down, but Sci Hub can be accessed at its other sites:

    http://sci-hub.ac
    http://sci-hub.bz
    http://sci-hub.cc

    There is even an onion Sci Hub site at http://scihub22266oqcxt.onion for those who want to access Sci Hub via the darknet using the Tor browser (onion websites will not work with an ordinary browser).
     
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