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Thursday, October 16, 2008

The AAP tries to kill the NIH policy with the TRIPS Hammer

Having failed to stop the NIH Public Access Policy from becoming mandated by Congress, the American Association of Publishers reached for the handy TRIPS hammer. Their argument - the NIH Policy makes the United States look weak on IP. The legal argument they rely on is here.


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