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Copyright Clearance Center Launches Rightslink For Open Access

Posted at 6:35AM Thursday 29 May 2014

The Copyright Clearance Center, one of the leading organizations that provides content solutions surrounding copyright issues, announced today that it has launched the next generation RightsLink for Open Access. This launch will help provide a seamless solution for author compensation where open access is concerned.

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