[OKFN-IN] A New Declaration of Rights: Open Content Mining

Sridhar Gutam gutam2000 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 08:39:58 UTC 2012

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From: Richard Poynder <richard.poynder at gmail.com>

*In a recent **investment report*<http://cdn.anonfiles.com/1334923359479.pdf>
*, analyst **Claudio
* concluded that a new front had opened up in the Open Access
*) debate. Writing in April, Aspesi noted that academics are “increasingly
protesting the limitations to the usage of the information and data
contained in the articles published through subscription models, and — in
particular — to the practice of text mining articles.” Aspesi is right, and
a central figure in this battleground is University of Cambridge
chemist **Peter
Murray-Rust* <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Murray-Rust>*. A long-time
advocate for open data, Murray-Rust is now spearheading an initiative to
draft a “**Content Mining
*”. What is the background to this?*

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