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But as Sci-Hub grew in popularity, academic publishers grew alarmed. Sci-Hub posed a direct threat to their business model. They began to pursue pirates aggressively, putting pressure on internet service providers (ISPs) to combat piracy. They had also taken to battling advocates of Open Access, a movement that advocates for free, universal access to research papers. Unpaywall

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10. The Handmaids are able to give birth and Wives cannot. Also the Wives being older have more of their original memories of individuality and sexuality which this society no longer allows them to express.

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• Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ; No single publisher embodies the consolidation, and the increase of costs, more than Elsevier, the biggest and most powerful scientific publisher in the world. The Dutch company now publishes nearly half a million articles in its 3,000 journals, including the influential Cell, Current Biology, and The Lancet.

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Charles, you are once again putting words in my mouth, this time with lots of asterisks. • ^ Seitz, Matt Zoller [@mattzollerseitz] (April 4, 2018). "It's both. I don't think he's capable of really exploding the format he helped create, but after seeing it last night, I said to my wife, "I think this is altogether his saddest film since A.I. "" (Tweet) – via Twitter.

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At home, Offred tells Cora about the child, and the Martha expresses her hope that "they" (meaning Offred) will have a child soon. That night, Offred sneaks out of her room and meets the Commander in his office. She braces herself for a forced physical advance. If Serena were to discover that Offred was with the Commander in his study, she could be sent to the Colonies as an Unwoman. But if she were to refuse the Commander, there could be even more dire consequences, because he has the real power in the household. Offred eyes the walls of the study, which are filled with books. The Commander greets her in the old way, by saying "Hello," and Offred doesn't know how to reply. To her surprise, the Commander merely asks her to play a game of Scrabble. This is forbidden, since any kind of reading is forbidden to women. They play two games, and the game feels luxurious to Offred. As she is about to leave, the Commander asks her for a kiss. She imagines coming to his study again with a piece of metal from the toilet, as Moira did, putting her arms around him and killing him. She kisses him, and he says sadly he wanted her to kiss him "'as if [she] meant it.'" Alexandra Elbakyan at a conference at Harvard (2010)

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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. In 2018 and 2019, the White House Office of the US Trade Representative named Sci-Hub as one of the most "notorious market" sites in the world. [28]

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• Elektra (2005) It's of questionable legality, but it's not going to lead to prosecution. For me personally using sci-hub has led to new research results in fields outside of my specialization that will (very likely) appear in leading peer reviewed journals. One problem I'm not sure about is whether it's wise to say in the acknowledgements: "I thank Alexandra Elbakyan for setting up Sci-Hub without which the research results reported in this paper would have been impossible", in an Elsevier paper.

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• Studying and Learning 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.

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Amit Sud, Michael E. Jones, John Broggio, Chey Loveday, Bethany Torr, Alice Garrett, David L. Nicol, Shaman Jhanji, Stephen A. Boyce, Phillip Ward, Jonathan M. Handy, Nadia Yousaf, James Larkin, Yae-Eun Suh, Stephen Scott, Paul D.P. Pharoah, Charles Swanton, Christopher Abbosh, Mattew Williams, Georgios Lyratzopoulos, Richard Houlston, Clare Turnbull. Collateral damage: the impact on cancer outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic. medRxiv 2020.04.21.20073833; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.04.21.20073833 • Open gaming

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The cost of donating credentials is often very high to the user; in a federated access environment, the password for access to resources will most probably also be that for access to personal and financial information. There is a clear data protection law breach risk if someone passes such information to a third party without permission, and as a recent Morrisons supermarket data protection case has shown, the employer ends up with the liability for a data protection breach initiated by an employee. • Self Help

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As a teenager I would go to a Barnes and Noble and read another chapter of the same book every day till I finished it. Then on to new book. Was it stealing? I didn't really care because I couldn't afford to buy school lunch much less books. I see this much the same way. Ever considered breaking down complex physics concepts using animated videos? Seems like an inconceivable feat, right? Well, not for Henry Reich, physicist and creator of minutephysics. With over 200 videos, this YouTube channel has been inspired by the Einstein quote – If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. Tackling concepts such as relativity of simultaneity, black holes, and quantum mechanics, the channel offers quick, entertaining explanations of old and new problems in physics using an engaging animated video format. If you’re a physics enthusiast, minutephysics is definitely worth your time.

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Sci-Hub self-describes as "the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers". A Russian researcher posted most of the academic research publications that are usually behind expensive paywalls. • save

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• ^ 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. • June 2010

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• - nottheonion 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]

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• Orphan works Linking to infringing materials in the U.S. "is a bit of a gray area as far as specific case law is concerned," said Trotter Hardy, professor of law, emeritus, at the William and Mary School of Law in Virginia.

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“I wish someone had just told me the truth right up front, as soon as I was old enough to understand it. I wish someone had just said: “Here’s the deal, Wade. You’re something called a ‘human being.’ That’s a really smart kind of animal. Like every other animal on this planet, we’re descended from a single-celled organism that lived millions of years ago. This happened by a process called evolution, and you’ll learn more about it But trust me, that’s really how we all got here. There’s proof of it everywhere, buried in the rocks. That story you heard? About how we were all created by a super-powerful dude named God who lives up in the sky? Total bullshit. The whole God thing is actually an ancient fairy tale that people have been telling one another for thousands of years. We made it all up. Like Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. “Oh, and by the way … there’s no Santa Claus or Easter Bunny. Also bullshit. Sorry, kid Deal with it.” 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."

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I’ve been on EP for less than 12 hours in total and have already found an issue: app freeze. Whenever I exit out of the app temporarily (to check up on other apps [etc, etc]) and go back into it, the whole thing freezes. In order to fix this, you need to completely flick out of the app, which loses progress on the task that is currently being worked on. This aggravates me a fair amount, as I have worked on tasks for dozens of minutes on end and have had all of that ripped away from me in one moment. Nothing of this nature and this scale happens in Russia without Russian intelligence/mob involvement and support. Nothing.

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• contests Finally, the Easter Egg explanation that is going to put a LOT of audience mebers' questions to rest. In the final scene, Art3mis and Daito work together to bring her within feet of Sorrento's Avatar - having blasted a hole through MechGodzilla's eye and directly into the cockpit. Why didn't Art3mis shoot Sorrento? Who knows. But she did toss in an explosive, which may have seemed to be more significant than some viewers could place.

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After running away from the black wolf into the house, June runs through several divisions. When she walks through a door to the room where she met Hannah in the previous episode, we do not see the doll on the floor where it had been left. Immediately following, we see the doll placed in the chair, where it wasn't in the previous cut either. See more » lovescihub

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Elsevier’s efforts weren’t limited to lobbying for more-restrictive laws, either. Months before targeting Elbakyan, Elsevier helped 17 other publishers shut down the pirate academic repository Library.nu. Between 2012 and 2013, Elsevier and the AAP also opposed and lobbied against three bills — the Federal Research Public Access Act, Public Access to Public Science Act, and Fair Access to Science and Technology Research — all of which proposed making it mandatory that copies of papers from federally funded research be deposited in an Open Access repository after some period. Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.

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I could see the argument being made against using sci-hub for a professional research paper, in which the user actually stands to receive some form of profit from their work. But a student can only gain knowledge and assignment completion, with no monetary profit from using this site. Comparisons

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• ^ "Blizzard Downloader". Curse Inc. 4 November 2010. Archived from the original on 26 March 2014 . Retrieved 4 November 2010. In one of the early scenes, during the reveal of the interior of Wade's secret van hidden under a bunch of crushed cars, he hooks up the battery while narrating about living with his aunt Alice and you can see a shadow cut across the light beam hitting his leg. The shadow doesn't completely clear the beam of light before it comes to a stop, still leaving shadow. In addition, a fully obscured van wouldn't have that much light coming in through the windows.

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During our presentation at SSP (I was part of the panel, but did not address this part of the argument), Pitts et al. did discuss evidence for nefarious Sci-Hub behavior beyond copyright infringement, notably including circumvention of 2FA protocols and the planitng of malware. I know Pitts is traveling today and won’t in a position to respond to comments until tomorrow, but I’m hoping that he will be able to share further information about this. 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.

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The opinion piece in the Guardian dismisses the costs of publishing, marketing, distributing, and archiving scholarly publications. One can argue the costs assigned by and profitability of the publishers are too high, but one cannot say there are zero costs. A good comparison is the cost of a hamburger at a high end restaurant versus a fast-food restaurant versus cooking at home. Should we get all three meals for the same price? • ^ Khalaim, Andrey I.; Ruíz-Cancino, Enrique (31 August 2017). "Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) associated with xyelid sawflies (Hymenoptera, Xyelidae) in Mexico". Journal of Hymenoptera Research. 58: 17–27. doi: 10.3897/jhr.58.12919.

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