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  Why Letting Go Can Affect Your Life In A Positive Way For many of us, life can feel like an uphill battle where we constantly struggle with anything that is going on in our life. From having to deal with things at work, or with family, we find ourselves constantly battling certain situations because we have a hard time just letting … Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-11-13By Stef Brezgov Indian State of Odisha Releases 21 Dictionaries Under CC … Read More

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  Indian State of Odisha Releases 21 Dictionaries Under CC BY When governments choose to use Creative Commons licenses to preserve and share cultural knowledge, like Indigenous languages, it illustrates how our licenses can help create a more accessible and equitable world.  Recently, CC India’s Global Network Representative (GNC) Subhashish Panigrahi brought to our attention that the Indian state of Odisha … Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-11-12By Victoria Heath Spinal Tap Creators and Universal Music Settle Copyright Dispute; Variety, November … Read More

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  How To Beat Obesity? Obesity is an increasingly common problem. Especially for people in developed countries. Although obesity is treated as an eating disorder, psychological factors are not sufficiently emphasized when coping with this problem. Obesity – The Problem Of The Modern Age Obesity is often not recognized as a problem. For some people, … Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-11-08By Stef Brezgov NNS Spotlight: Nonprofit uses data research to spur change in communities; Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service (NNS), … Read More

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  How a News Outlet Used CC BY to Help Its Journalist A key principle of the open movement is that the power of information relies on its accessibility. As researcher and activist Bushra Ebadi expressed to us recently, “Access to information is intrinsically tied to the right to know and the right to exist.”    We often receive stories from around the … Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-11-05By Eric Steuer Scientists With Links to China May Be Stealing Biomedical Research, … Read More

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  Scientists With Links to China May Be Stealing Biomedical Research, U.S. Says; The New York Times, November 4, 2019 Gina Kolata, The New York Times; Scientists With Links to China May Be Stealing Biomedical Research, U.S. Says““The investigations have fanned fears that China is exploiting the relative openness of the American scientific system to engage in wholesale economic espionage. At the same time, the scale of the dragnet has … Source: Intellectual Property and “Open” Movements BlogPublished on 2019-11-04By … Read More

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