Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Taylor & Francis are reportedly in a legal action for unfair use - this time in India. It's alleged that a photocopying service effectively pirates texts.
The battle for fair use is unfair to anyone who plays by the old rules and tries to share with the artists because human creatives can’t compete with the automated services that aren’t sharing with the artists.
According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, Wired Campus, the editor and entire editorial board of the Journal of Library Administration resigned in response to a conflict with the Taylor & Francis author agreement that the board believed was “too restrictive and out fo step with the expectation of authors.”
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