Jon TennantTackling some common misconceptions/fallacies about #OpenAccess publishing - nice rebuttal by @lteytelman to a recent high profile opinion piece
Ashley Farley@lteytelman providing an accurate look at publishing costs. It's not often discussed that closed publications charge authors for various fees (which they often don't find out about until article acceptance).
Eric SchneidermanMy office analyzed the public comments submitted to the @FCC about #netneutrality—and found that 100,000s of Americans were likely impersonated to drown out the views of real people and businesses. This was akin to identity theft on a massive scale
Eric SchneidermanOver the last 6 mos, my office has investigated a massive scheme to corrupt the @FCC's comment process on #NetNeutrality by impersonating 100,000s of real Americans.
The FCC has been unwilling to provide information that is critical to the investigation
A federal court has granted a preliminary injunction requested by the Federal Trade Commission, temporarily halting the deceptive practices of academic journal publishers charged by the agency with making false claims about their journals and...
During the past years, an increasing number of research funders and governments have been supporting Open Access (OA) publishing. In the USA, the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act and the Public Access to Public Science Act require...
Protect your right to access what you want and how you want it on the Internet.
Aral BalkanWhy should I care about #NetNeutrality?
Because without it, the Internet would turn into cable television.
(It’s actually worse than that and the ACLU spells out the dangers on their site. Give it a read.)