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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Research Bias: What...

[…] Surgery University of Texas Interview with Molly Gregas, Ph.D.Behavioral and Brain SciencesScholarly Open Access 1Scholarly Open Access 2Merriam-WebsterNew York […]

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Research Bias: What...

[…] Surgery University of Texas Interview with Molly Gregas, Ph.D.Behavioral and Brain SciencesScholarly Open Access 1Scholarly Open Access 2Merriam-WebsterNew York […]

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

OMICS group is just a scam. They probably look up pubmed for relevant articles and start spamming the first author (whose email address is easily available on pubmed). I have just 4-5 pubmed...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Why has NIH, USA, issued a cease and desist letter to OMICS then?? This means none of OMICS groups’ journals will ever be considered by pubmed. And this is because of their (lack of) publishing...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

Haha. This is hilarious! Such a joke this group is! This is what I received (totally irrelevant field)! The Official Journal of ANBio (National Biosafety Association) Dear Dr. XXX, Greetings from the...

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Comment on New OA Publisher Launches with 107 Journals, Fakes Association...

This is pure bias! Did you bother to check if academic journals still has a website and wouldn’t it be foolish for them to launch same journals with a ‘sprint’ addition to the names? Do well to visit...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Research Bias: What...

[…] Surgery University of Texas Interview with Molly Gregas, Ph.D.Behavioral and Brain SciencesScholarly Open Access 1Scholarly Open Access 2Merriam-WebsterNew York […]

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Comment on Spam Email from Questionable Journal Provides Comic Relief by...

[…] “The American Based Research Journal, which claims to be based in the UK…” The comic relief continues from there. […]

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

[…] scholarly publishers seem to misunderstand copyright, says Jeffrey […]

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

The post and the comments misunderstand the law and the the term license: A copyright is a right, including the right to allow (i.e., “to license”) everyone to copy as much as they want with...

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Comment on Two Agriculture Journals Share the Same Title by Darragh McCurragh

Well, one way of dealing with that could e.g. be creating identifiable doi (document identifier) namespaces so that everyone in academia could immediately see which was which when referring to the...

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by Dan...

I think it’s a little more complicated (but I’m not a lawyer). CC is a license, not a waiver of rights. The copyright owner retains all rights, but grants a license for use under certain conditions....

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Comment on Two Agriculture Journals Share the Same Title by Aachenac

Uhm… But adding/omitting “The” already voids the trademark claim, I believe? I think this only abides if the names are EXACTLY the same; lawyers among us – please advise.

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

Is that not what I just wrote? Why is it not an answer to me?

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by Dan...

Comments are not visible to others until Jeffrey approves them. Apparently he had other things to do on Saturday morning, as your comment (and the linkback to RW) were not visible when I wrote my...

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

That is correct, and I am currently in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, accessing the Internet via satellite. Thanks

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

When one owns copyright, one has a “bundle of rights”. These include: the right to be identified as the author; the right to refuse permission to copy the work; the right to refuse permission to adapt...

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by...

Can rights be reasserted, or is the licensing permanent?

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Comment on Low-Quality Scholarly Publishers Don’t Understand Copyright by Dan...

“All rights reserved” is not a normal English phrase, it is a “term of art” that used to be a formal requirement for establishing copyright (in some countries). According to your interpretation, any...

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Comment on Questionable OA Publisher Launches with a Clever Website and 52...

I just received an invitation to submit to the Journal of Physical Education and Sports Management. The invitation was signed by Dr. Lisa Toscano, Dept. of Kinesiology, Manhattan College, USA and so I...

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