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English Corner

http://www.bl.uk/magna-carta

Via
http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2015/03/magna-carta-website-is-now-live.html


Ross Mounce: "I have written a practical guide on 'How to Block Readcube and Why' to explain how to get the direct, one-click link to the real PDF back again (by disabling JavaScript on site). Please share this with friends if you know they are similarly inconvenienced by this issue:

http://rossmounce.co.uk/2015/03/19/how-to-block-readcube-and-why/

I have also cross-posted to The Winnower, at which you can download a copy of this post in PDF format to enable easy offline sharing with others:
https://thewinnower.com/papers/how-to-block-readcube-and-why "

On Wednesday 11 March 2015, the UN Special Rapporteur in the field of Cultural Rights will present a thematic report to the 28^th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/CulturalRights/Pages/impactofintellectualproperty.aspx regarding copyright policy in the context of cultural rights.

The international library and archive community welcomes the report that examines copyright from a critical but often neglected perspective: the human dimension.

This report emphasises human knowledge as a global public good and recommends that States should guard against promoting the privatization of knowledge to an extent that deprives individuals of opportunities to take part in cultural life and enjoy the fruits of scientific progress.

In cooperation with key strategic partners, IFLA has crafted a statement of support for the report—now signed by 10+ organisations from the international library and archive community.

·Read the full statement http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/clm/statements/global-library-and-archives-community-welcomes-new-report-from-un.pdf [PDF]

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SOURCE: http://www.ifla.org/node/9455
(INETBIB)

Jürgen Beyer at http://kodu.ut.ee/~jbeyer/Reading_room_rules.pdf on the Stockholm Royal Library: “The Royal Library terms itself a research library, but to my mind it is much more of a research prevention library”.

http://www.e-mourlon-druol.com/what-hillary-clintons-emailgate-tells-us-about-archival-practices-and-the-historians-work/

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/mar/06/tips-tricks-anonymous-privacy

"21. DESTROY ALL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVE IN A CAVE
Ultimately, the only way to truly stay anonymous online is to never go online in the first place. If you’ve already used the internet, delete any and all accounts you’ve ever created, turn your computer off and smash it to pieces."

https://blogs.princeton.edu/manuscripts/2015/02/25/roman-antiquities-manuscript-online/


http://f1000research.com/articles/3-271/v2

http://researchfragments.blogspot.de/2015/02/paper-and-parchment-manuscripts-in.html by Jonathan Green


The IFLA Papers (2014) are online at:

http://www.globethics.net/documents/4289936/13403236/GE_Global_11_web_final.pdf

 

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