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Ilość: szt. • FastTrack • Terms of Use • Dear Andrew, The Handmaid's Tale As of January 2012 [update], BitTorrent is utilized by 150 million active users. Based on this figure, the total number of monthly BitTorrent users may be estimated to more than a quarter of a billion. [9] Torrenting may sometimes be limited by ISPs on legal or copyright grounds, so users in response may use seedboxes or VPNs.

Travel Kids: “Iceland’s Natural Wonders: Kids Traveling in Europe” • Detailed quotes explanations with page numbers for every important quote on the site. • BitTorrent issues • May 2014 • ^ "Les éditeurs scientifiques se liguent contre la piraterie". L'Echo (in French). 16 October 2019 . Retrieved 14 January 2020. -takes easy way out and endears to the Aunts and all authority figures

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This story is bigger than a single court ruling. It's a new front in the academic publishing wars. What's at stake is the question of who has access to scientific knowledge: wealthy institutions, or anyone with an internet connection? • Toho Pictures for MechaGodzilla • Library Genesis window.modules["801"] = [function(require,module,exports){var castPath=require(802),toKey=require(803);function baseGet(e,t){for(var a=0,r=(t=castPath(t,e)).length;null!=e&&a t}module.exports=baseGt; • Piwowar H, Priem J, Larivière V, Alperin JP, Matthias L, Norlander B, Farley A, West J, Haustein S. The State of OA: A large-scale analysis of the prevalence and impact of Open Access articles. PeerJ. 2018; 6:e4375. doi: 10.7717/peerj.4375. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Aqa Gcse English Literature Poetry Anthology Power And Conflict Past Papers • Shareaza Stack Exchange Network • 3.3 Visual effects and post-production How are they doing this? Stolen individual credentials are published on websites. So far, we know of 29 sites that openly boast about having passwords to access library content. We’ve monitored these and asked libraries to take corrective action. Finalement, comment obtient-on des métadonnées pertinentes ? Les auteurs sont en effet souvent peu coopératifs lorsqu’il s’agit de remplir de longs formulaires décrivant leurs travaux... Ce problème est résolu par le truchement de deux méthodes. D’une part, des techniques issues de l’intelligence artificielle fournissent là où c’est possible une classification du contenu dont la précision est comparable à celle obtenue par des intervenants humains. D’autre part, l’interface de mise en ligne du manuscrit met l’enrichissement naturel de ce document par les métadonnées dans un contexte compréhensible, ce qui encourage subrepticement les auteurs à fournir plus d’informations qu’ils ne le feraient face à un formulaire rebutant. • Recursos educativos

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? • It's a Sci-Hub world data set • - creepy,_New_Hampshire_Infantry • January 2020 • Orphan works In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of online archivists have used Sci-Hub to create an archive of over 5000 articles about coronaviruses. They admit that making the archive openly accessible is illegal, but consider it a moral imperative. [73] See also [ edit ] • About & Contact • - Music – Dmitry Savostyanov Apr 6 '17 at 13:46 • What makes influenza airborne and Ebola not airborne? Concepts • Comparison of BitTorrent sites • V Larivière • FastTrack The final epigraph, taken from an Islamic proverb, suggests that there need be no laws against the obvious. Because people were not meant to eat stones, a traveler in the desert would not expect to see a prohibition against such a meal. So, if that sounds up your street, head over to his channel and check out his great material. You will not be disappointed. 3. Kurzgesagt — In a Nutshell (bringing science and cut animated birds together since 2013) • - Music 84 Charing Cross Road Openload • Enzymes & Kinase As for your childish reply, I do not “steal” articles beacuse Harvard library is able to get any article or online or in printed form. • J.K. Rowling Explains Her Anti-Trans Comments With More Anti-Trans Comments • About Wikipedia Last 14 days • Teaching Assistant (1) History Of English Literature Book By Hudson Pdf Download • Tattiawna Jones as Lillie Fuller / Ofglen #2 (seasons 1–2), who replaces Emily in the position after Emily is captured by the Eyes. She initially follows the rules and does not wish to upset the status quo, but this is because she believes her life as a Handmaid is better than the difficult, impoverished life she led prior to Gilead, rather than out of religious piety. After refusing to stone Janine, she was clubbed with a rifle by a Guardian, and her tongue (according to Alma) was cut out. After that, she sacrifices herself to bomb a new Red Center on the day of its christening. 26 Commanders and 31 Handmaids were killed as a result. June 2019 Pure and Applied Geophysics 176(4):1 • Deluge Even without the additional, heinous acts of Sci-hub, the theft of intellectual property ultimately hinders the development and distribution of well-vetted scholarly publishing. • Resources for Families • February 2020 • Twilight is an ok book better than the movie but i wouldn't call it the must read..." • Understand the possible effects if your students use Sci-Hub, LibGen,, etc. Libraries need to block access to Sci-Hub from within their firewalls. Libraries typically have firewalls that protect from outside intrusions, but if a user within the firewall brings in PDFs, this can open a door in the firewall that is open to two-way traffic. The brothers behind everything from SciShow (which is next on our list) to vlogbrothers and The Fault in Our Stars comes Crash Course, a YouTube channel with almost 700 educational videos. Crash Course breaks down their videos into playlists of different topics — from history, to science, to literature, to philosophy. The reader pays for access (or more commonly their university/research org/public library/employer pays for it), and often is only available in bundles, such as multiple unrelated journals or forcing a library to maintain print and digital access even if they only want digital access. • This website is pretty simple where you can either publish books, download eBooks based on authors/categories or share links for free. You also have the option to donate, download the iBook app and visit the educational links. Sci-Hub was created by Alexandra Elbakyan, who was born in Kazakhstan in 1988. [13] Elbakyan earned her undergraduate degree at Kazakh National Technical University [14] studying information technology, then worked for a year for a computer security firm in Moscow, then joined a research team at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 2010 that was working on a brain–computer interface. [13] She found the lab dull and became interested in transhumanism. [13] After attending a transhumanism conference in the United States, Elbakyan spent her remaining time in the country doing a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology. [13] She later returned to Kazakhstan, where her participation in research‐sharing forums led her to conceive of a way to automate the process of sharing. [13] The Sci-Hub website was launched on 5 September 2011. [2] Legal situation [ edit ] 5:14 • Perfect Dark • IPFS Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • ^ a b c d Glance, David (15 June 2015). "Elsevier acts against research article pirate sites and claims irreparable harm". The Conversation. The Conversation Trust. Archived from the original on 6 October 2015 . Retrieved 5 October 2015. Björn Brembs‘ kritische Analyse der gegenwärtigen OA Initiativen: • Instructions for Authors Access to material that is included in Sci-Hub is available elsewhere. Libraries have always tried very hard to enable, within ethical and legal constraints, as instant access as possible to research literature, including (in the UK) an interlibrary loan system which can deliver a journal article to a desktop within 24 hours of making a request. • Products Time: 2020-06-11T05:00:30Z Zeroing out was something from the movie re-write. Not really in the book. But what the OASIS does have is a sort of Perma death. Essentially you start back at lvl 1, Just like old school console games. So would it be the end of the world, No, but when the world placed such high intrinsic value to Virtual things it may feel like it. • ^ Matt Zoller Seitz [@mattzollerseitz] (March 19, 2019). "In fact I would go so far as to say RPO was the second most interesting & substantive giant-budget fantasy released last year, after Black Panther. I still think about it a lot, especially in relation to the world around me" (Tweet) – via Twitter. • Monopolies of knowledge 2. AsapSCIENCE – 6.9 Million Subscribers • (sci hub se) • Free/libre software • BitTorrent issues Since BitTorrent makes up a large proportion of total traffic, some ISPs have chosen to "throttle" (slow down) BitTorrent transfers. For this reason, methods have been developed to disguise BitTorrent traffic in an attempt to thwart these efforts. [88] Protocol header encrypt (PHE) and Message stream encryption/Protocol encryption (MSE/PE) are features of some BitTorrent clients that attempt to make BitTorrent hard to detect and throttle. As of November 2015, Vuze, Bitcomet, KTorrent, Transmission, Deluge, μTorrent, MooPolice, Halite, qBittorrent, rTorrent, and the latest official BitTorrent client (v6) support MSE/PE encryption. In September 2006 it was reported that some software could detect and throttle BitTorrent traffic masquerading as HTTP traffic. [89] In June 2017, the American Chemical Society (ACS) filed a lawsuit against Sci-Hub in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, alleging copyright and trademark infringement; it sought judgment US$4.8 million from Sci-Hub in damages, and Internet service provider blocking of the Sci-Hub website. [24] On 6 November 2017, the ACS was granted a default judgment, and a permanent injunction was granted against all parties in active concert or participation with Sci-Hub that has notice of the injunction, "including any Internet search engines, web hosting and Internet service providers, domain name registrars, and domain name registries", to cease facilitating access to the service. [6] [25] On 23 November 2017, four Sci-Hub domains had been rendered inactive by the court order [26] and its CloudFlare account was terminated. [27] The journal publishers take a very different view. “I’m all for universal access, but not theft!” tweeted Elsevier’s director of universal access, Alicia Wise, on 14 March during a heated public debate over Sci-Hub. “There are lots of legal ways to get access.” Wise’s tweet included a link to a list of 20 of the company’s access initiatives, including Share Link. I think it's although Dr. Greger referenced this site as .io so it's a little confusing... but, I know tw works, sometimes at least... sometimes it prompts me to add an extension. Firefox seems to load it just fine, right now anyways :) Unbeknownst to many academics working in large universities or research institutes, SCI-HUB, ‘the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers’, has made almost every research paper worldwide accessible for free. While spoiled academics in rich countries retrieve almost any paper which they are interested in with a simple mouse click via their institution, an illegal operation is serving an even greater selection of articles to those less fortunate who otherwise might have to pay 20 $ or more per article.This act of piracy is threatening the publishing industry to the very foundation – not unlike Napster or Pirate Bay had threatened the music industry. Meanwhile, the publishing industry is still dancing on volcanoes. Double dipping in the transition phase from institutional subscriptions to a per-article fee based Open Access business model (i.e. charging authors AND libraries for giving access to the same article) the publishing giants still generate profit rates of 20 -40%. But what if a growing number of scientists use SCI-HUB as their portal for downloading articles, and courts can’t stop it? Two recent blogs nicely explain how SCI-HUB works, and what it could mean for you and the publishers. One from an industry perspective, the other celebrating Alexandra Elbakyan, the founder of SCI-HUB, as the Robin Hood of Science. If what happened in the music industry is predictive for publishing, it is quite likely that despite an eventual victory of the establishment over the pirates the business model of the industry will have to dramatically change. With unforeseeable consequences for how we are going to publish our research, and how (or even whether) we will be charged for access to publications. The 2016 study titled “Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone” analyzed a dataset of Sci-Hub access logs ( Bohannon, 2016b). Alexandra Elbakyan worked with journalist John Bohannon to produce a dataset of Sci-Hub’s resolved requests from September 1, 2015 through February 29, 2016 ( Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016). In November 2015, Sci-Hub’s domain name was suspended as the result of legal action by Elsevier ( Schiermeier, 2015; Van der Sar, 2015c). According to Bohannon, this resulted in “an 18-day gap in the data starting November 4, 2015 when the domain went down and the server logs were improperly configured.” We show this downtime in Figure 1. Why have I been blocked? window.modules["57"] = [function(require,module,exports){var arraySome=require(754),baseIteratee=require(833),baseSome=require(871),isArray=require(141),isIterateeCall=require(895);function some(e,r,a){var s=isArray(e)?arraySome:baseSome;return a&&isIterateeCall(e,r,a)&&(r=void 0),s(e,baseIteratee(r,3))}module.exports=some; • The developing Human Connectome Project uses BitTorrent to share their open dataset. [57]