New Article on non-open Creative Commons Non-Commercial licenses (CC NC)

A new article analyzing the problems of the highly popular, non-open Creative Commons Non-Commercial licenses (CC NC) has been published. The authors claim that even though CC NC licenses have their uses, they also have serious re-use limitations. While overused in publishing, they do not substantially contribute to a commons.  

If this is a topic in your discussions on Open Access, you may be interested in the article (Open Access):

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