The author agrees that each subsequent publication of the presentation indicates the place of initial publication and contains a link to the journal`s website. By filing this Agreement, the undersigned author of Ohio State University, on behalf of the Knowledge Bank, grants its academic libraries (hereinafter referred to as « publishers ») the non-exclusive right to reproduce, translate, display and/or distribute the deposit (including the abstract) as part of the [name of journal] of [company name] (« magazine »). They also agree that the publisher may create and retain more than one copy for preservation, security and backup purposes. You represent that as sole author and/or on behalf of your co-authors, you are entitled to grant the rights contained in this Agreement. [Creative Commons section if applicable] [Journal Name] is published under a license [Creative Commons license name] to allow certain types of unauthorized reuse. By launching this Agreement, the author agrees to apply a license [name of Creative Commons license] to the repository upon publication. The author understands that the Journal publishing house can grant the same rights. In addition, the author grants Journal and Publisher the right to enter into agreements with third-party companies granting these third-party companies some or all of the rights that the author has granted to the publisher. The above rights may include the rights necessary to index and abstract the deposit. As I am sure that we are not the only ones fighting in this area, I wanted to share the agreement here. For example, there is nothing in our KB license that gives the magazine the right to introduce the indexing and full-text discovery article into a thematic database. When one of our editors was contacted by an indexing service and asked to index the full text of their magazine, I had to tell them shabby that if the risk was very low, they would most likely infringe the copyright of their authors.
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