Open Access: Fällt EU zurück in alte Denkweisen?

Peter Suber macht in European Parliament: Licensing to improve access auf einen Commission’s report on the application of Directive 2001/29/EC on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society aufmerksam, der die bisherigen „grüne“ und Open Access-freundlichen EU-Reports und -Studien auf den Kopf stellt. Statt Open Access wird da ein starkes Copyright gefordert und die Wissenschaftler sollten doch gefälligst lieber Lizenzen kaufen. 🙁

Wishes the scientific community and researchers to enter into voluntary licence-issuing schemes with publishers in order to improve access to works for purposes of teaching and research; however, takes particular note of the value of learned journals, which play a key role in the peer review process of validating the results of academic research, and the financial viability of which is dependent on paid subscriptions; …

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