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cease assisting and facilitating access to any and/or all websites and domain names through which platforms such as Sci-Hub engage in illegal use, production, access to and distribution of American Chemical Society copyrighted works and/or trademarks. “The first time I encountered the distribution of scientific articles and sharing, it was in 2009,” Elbakyan says. As a student doing research at the Russian Academy of Sciences, she ran across an obstacle encountered by students the world over: paywalls. Most science journals charge money to access their articles. And the prices have only been rising.


The total number of articles published by each journal is noted in the Crossref column. The table provides the number (Sci-Hub column) and percentage (Coverage column) of these articles that are in Sci-Hub’s repository. Open Access Button


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European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the To define the extent of the scholarly literature, we relied on DOIs from the Crossref database, as downloaded on March 21, 2017. We define the “scholarly literature” as 81,609,016 texts identified by their DOIs. We refer to these texts as “articles”, although Sci-Hub encompasses a range of text types, including book chapters, conference papers, and journal front matter. To assess the articles available from Sci-Hub, we relied on a list of DOIs released by Sci-Hub on March 19, 2017. All DOIs were lowercased to be congruent across datasets (see Methods). Sci-Hub’s offerings included 56,246,220 articles from the corpus of scholarly literature, equating to 68.9% of all articles.


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如果你需要 免费知网账号, 请点击这里。 For her actions in creating Sci-Hub, Elbakyan has been called a hero and "spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz" who in 2010 downloaded millions of academic articles from JSTOR. [9] [66] She has also been compared to Edward Snowden who has sought safety in Russia after having made numerous documents public in violation of American law. [66] She has also been called a modern-day " Robin Hood" and a "Robin Hood of science". [67]


Esta herramienta permite al usuario instalarse una extensión del navegador que buscará la versión en pdf del artículo que aparezca en pantalla. Funciona muy bien desde PubMed, por ejemplo. Mediante un mensaje flotante en la pantalla ofrece un botón verde para descargar el pdf. Es capaz de buscar entre varias bases de datos y entre las suscripciones institucionales del usuario. Cuando descargas el artículo se guarda una versión en el locker del usuario y en próximas búsquedas incluirá tu propio locker por si ya lo tuvieras almacenado. Recientemente ha sido apoyado por Clarivate y probablemente lo hayas visto al acceder a la Web of Science. TV


To remove all barriers in the way of science It’s clear, however, that Sci-Hub is not a business. Elbakyan said that as a student, she found the fees for accessing closed publications as “just insane.” She vies for open access. Sci-Hub was born after she teamed up with other academics on the internet. However, publishers like Elsevier and journals such as the American Chemical Society (ACS) have filed lawsuits against Elbakyan because of piracy, hacking, and copyright infringement. Corrupting Academic Publishing: What Gives?


• Share-alike • ^ Rémy Grünblatt (30 March 2019). "La censure de Sci-Hub et LibGen vue depuis le réseau RIPE Atlas". Archived from the original on 7 April 2019 . Retrieved 9 April 2019.


• Monopolies of knowledge • ^ a b Banks, Marcus (31 May 2016). "Sci-Hub: What It Is and Why It Matters". American Libraries. Archived from the original on 18 September 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016.


It's of questionable legality, but it's not going to lead to prosecution. For me personally using sci-hub has led to new research results in fields outside of my specialization that will (very likely) appear in leading peer reviewed journals. One problem I'm not sure about is whether it's wise to say in the acknowledgements: "I thank Alexandra Elbakyan for setting up Sci-Hub without which the research results reported in this paper would have been impossible", in an Elsevier paper. (1677)


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Even for journals to which the university has access, Sci-Hub is becoming the go-to resource, says Gil Forsyth, another GWU engineering Ph.D. student. “If I do a search on Google Scholar and there’s no immediate PDF link, I have to click through to ‘Check Access through GWU’ and then it’s hit or miss,” he says. “If I put [the paper’s title or DOI] into Sci-Hub, it will just work.” He says that Elsevier publishes the journals that he has had the most trouble accessing. Ümit Dönmez


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[ reply to this | link to this | view in chronology ] Either way, what she's doing is most definitely illegal.


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• Standish R. The World’s Largest Free Scientific Resource Is Now Blocked in Russia. [February 7, 2018]; Foreign Policy. 2017 http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/09/06/the-worlds-largest-free-scientific-resource-is-now-blocked-in-russia/ It’s unclear whether Elbakyan is using Sci-Hub’s operations in service of Russian intelligence, but her critics say she has demonstrated significant hacking skills by collecting log-in credentials from journal subscribers, particularly at universities, and using them to pilfer vast amounts of academic literature.


A Created by Alexandra Elbakyan, the Sci-Hub website goes live on September 5, 2011. Not all scholarly articles have DOIs. By evaluating the presence of DOIs in other databases of scholarly literature (such as PubMed, Web of Science, and Scopus), researchers estimate around 90% of newly published articles in the sciences have DOIs ( Gorraiz et al., 2016; Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The prevalence of DOIs varies by discipline and country of publication, with DOI assignment in newly published Arts & Humanities articles around 60% ( Gorraiz et al., 2016). Indeed, DOI registration is almost entirely lacking for publishers from many Eastern European countries ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). In addition, the prevalence of DOI assignment is likely lower for older articles ( Boudry and Chartron, 2017). The incomplete and non-random assignment of DOIs to scholarly articles is a limitation of this study. However, DOIs are presumably the least imperfect and most widespread identifier for scholarly articles.


Sí, puede ser arrestada. Elsevier no solo está acusando Elbakyan de infracción de derechos de autor, sino también de “piratería” ilegal en virtud de la Ley de abuso y fraude informático. “Existe la posibilidad de ser arrestada repentinamente por piratear”, admite Elbakyan 4. ...


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2) PHISHING: it is easy to tell from the log files that the phishing and password attacks come from the same place as the eventual hack where all the IP of the University is stolen.


Khizar Shabir Charles, it was an unsubstantiated claim, neither proven nor disproven statistically because to do either is impossible. No apology on my part is needed. I stand by the claim that minus state piracy in China and proxy Sci-hub activity in Iran the West is the prime site of Sci-hub use.


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Elbakyan has described being stymied by paywalls as a university student, and was “shocked” that a torrent site offering free downloads of the costly materials didn’t exist anywhere. • ^ Rohrlich, Justin (23 December 2019). "The "Robin Hood of science" says she's not a Russian asset". Quartz . Retrieved 21 January 2020.


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What is being asserted by the authors here is that Sci-Hub is launching password-cracking attacks *itself* and then using the credentials as a revenue source. Additionally they imply that someone from Sci-Hub planted (plants?) malware. Perhaps there is good evidence for these claims, but it isn’t in this article. Publishers have been very critical of Sci-Hub, going so far as to claim that it is undermining more widely accepted open-access initiatives, [63] and that it ignores how publishers "work hard" to make access for third-world nations easier. [63] It has also been criticized by librarians for compromising universities' network security and jeopardizing legitimate access to papers by university staff. [38] [48] [11] [39]


• Free content The International Access Hub and the Collaborative Data Hub Node 2 and 3 have been always accessible but the product publication was suspended from 00:00 UTC to 15:00 UTC of 27 May 2020.


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The website for this is sciencedirect.com which is Elsevier’s cover name. Then, you locate either the URL for this (i.e. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S004873331730210X) or the article’s DOI. The DOI is that unique document identifier that begins with “10.”. It is almost always shown somewhere on the site, so you can use search “10.” to find it. In rare cases, it is in the page’s source code or may not exist. If it doesn’t exist, it means you usually can’t get the article thru Sci-hub. When you have the article’s URL/DOI, you simply paste this into the Sci-hub search box. Like this: Coverage by publisher


Marple, Holly (2018). “Parasite, pirate, and Robin Hood: Sci-Hub is disrupting the world of academic publishing”. The journal, v. 3, n. 2. Why It's on the List


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