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Sdílení elektronických akademických zdrojů na téma informační technologie a sociální/humanitní vědy

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TADEAS --- 11:20:58 5.5.2017
Looking into Pandora's Box: The Content of Sci-Hub and its Usage - F1000Research

The comparative analysis shows that both the usage and complete corpus is largely made up of recently published articles, with users disproportionately favoring newer articles and 35% of downloaded articles being published after 2013. These results hint that embargo periods before publications become Open Access are frequently circumnavigated using Guerilla Open Access approaches like Sci-Hub. On a journal level, the downloads show a bias towards some scholarly disciplines, especially Chemistry, suggesting increased barriers to access for these. Comparing the use and corpus on a publisher level, it becomes clear that only 11% of publishers are highly requested in comparison to the baseline frequency, while 45% of all publishers are significantly less accessed than expected. Despite this, the oligopoly of publishers is even more remarkable on the level of content consumption, with 80% of all downloads being published through only 9 publishers. All of this suggests that Sci-Hub is used by different populations and for a number of different reasons, and that there is still a lack of access to the published scientific record.
TADEAS --- 14:42:50 30.3.2017
eBook Pirates Are Relatively Old and Wealthy, Study Finds - TorrentFreak
TADEAS --- 23:56:31 26.2.2017
Scientists in Germany, Peru and Taiwan to lose access to Elsevier journals : Nature News & Comment
PALO_FABUS --- 23:25:00 19.2.2017
Who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone | Science | AAAS
PALO_FABUS --- 12:11:02 12.1.2017
nevíte někdo, jak se dostat k Radical Philosophy, č. 187? nemůžu najít heslo, sci-hub nepomáhá a v aaaargh zrovna toto číslo není...
TADEAS --- 16:41:37 4.1.2017
Steal This Show S02E08: Pirate Markets & Guerrilla Libraries - TorrentFreak

In this episode, we meet up with economist and piracy researcher Balázs Bodó to discuss underground pirate markets in Europe and Russia and the “Guerilla Open Access” projects of SciHub, LibGen and Ebooks Farm.

Balázs delves into the rich history and culture of pirate librarians, and we wonder if peer-to-peer sharing can stay relevant in the age of content over-abundance. Plus: does anyone actually download books any more?

Balázs Bodó currently works at the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam. Before moving to the Netherlands, he was deeply involved in the development of the Hungarian internet culture. He was also the project lead for Creative Commons Hungary.
TADEAS --- 12:40:34 21.12.2016
TADEAS: a. elbakyan s cislem sest dobiha v nature's top 10 :)

Nature’s 10 : Nature News & Comment
TADEAS --- 12:35:35 20.12.2016
Germany-wide consortium of research libraries announce boycott of Elsevier journals over open access / Boing Boing
TADEAS --- 21:47:27 18.12.2016
In survey, most give thumbs-up to pirated papers | Science | AAAS

In asking “Do you think it is wrong to download pirated papers?” a Science survey of over 11,000 respondents found that 88 percent answered “No.” The accompanying story explains, “A closer look at the survey data indicated that respondents in almost every category embrace the rebellion, even those who have never used Sci-Hub or are 51 and older—84% and 79%, respectively, had no qualms.” It seems fair to assume that a number of these respondents are also authors of works that are illegally posted on Sci-Hub, though that question was not posed in the survey.

What Do the Authors of Sci-Hub’s Most-Downloaded Articles Think About Sci-Hub? - The Chronicle of Higher Education

interviews conducted by The Chronicle of Higher Education with highly downloaded Sci-Hub authors reveal a shared comfort level with “pirated” articles being freely available. Professor Jordan Pober of Yale, “says he doesn’t mind that many people download his paper free since he didn’t make money from its publication.” He goes on to clarify, “I’m torn in the sense I think it would be better for the science community if findings were made freely available. But I’m not sure how to sustain functions of society journals.” His co-author Parwiz Abrahimi describes their article’s popularity on Sci-Hub as “an honor.” He further comments that “I never felt people were pirating my work,” acknowledging colleagues in Iran and Afghanistan who rely on Sci-Hub for access.