Tag: Internet piracy
Sci-Hub: Research Crusader or Copyright Criminal?
Sci-Hub is an online repository of over 51,000,000 scientific academic papers and articles, available through its website. New papers are uploaded daily after accessing them through educational institutions. Founded by Alexandra Elbakyan from Kazakhstan in 2011, it began as a reaction to the high cost of research papers behind paywalls, typically US$30 each when bought on a per-paper basis. Academic publisher Elsevier has in 2015 filed a legal complaint in New York City alleging copyright infringement by Sci-Hub.
LET’S SEE IF YOU’RE TUNED IN TO YOUR TUNES
A quick 10-question quiz earlier in the week checked on your knowledge of the ethics of music downloading. Here, as promised, are the facts.
ARE YOU TUNED IN TO YOUR TUNES?
Ten thought-provoking questions test your knowledge of US and international laws on music performance and downloads.