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What does an academic journal need to consider if researchers want to keep their freedoms? This essay attempts to dispel some myths about copyright and corporate power in open access and open science.
Essay/compendium on resources to dispel myths about OA journals freedom.

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== Technical ==
== Technical ==

The ''content'' of a journal or project may be free and open, but if it relies on proprietary software and otherwise exclusive technology someone may still be able to exercise unwanted influence on it. Always ensure:
[ Free/libre software], interoperability (e.g. [ OAI and OAI-PMH standards]).
* [ Free/libre software]
* Interoperability (e.g. [ OAI and OAI-PMH standards]).

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