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‘Sinuous Objects’ debates Pacific women's wealth, exploring ideas about gender and materiality. Download https://t.co/00cAR4u4ij #openaccess
Episode 2: #scientific #journals are a ripoff, but #openaccess journals like @PLOS are here to help. https://t.co/WxiaFequ9y
#EditorialPick #NeuroSig Helena Cimarosti reviews potential roles of SUMOylation & calcium signalling #OpenAccess https://t.co/f4CKOoK7tg
Stolen art is my aesthetic #FairUse
Yes, what use #fairuse or any other exception if it can be overridden by (often) unilaterally imposed licenses
Issued 6 months ago, but worth another look - hiow exceptions to © cannot be over-ridden by contracts in the UK https://t.co/jq2hifGkA9
#copyright #fairuse tested in music lessons in #Japan from course packs #India lessons for the rest of Asia https://t.co/ynwi2QiA51
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