Une synthèse sur le nouveau cadre juridique de l’Open Access (et quelques questions en suspens…) – – S.I.Lex –
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From Google Translate: "I present in twenty minutes the main mechanisms of implementation of the new 'right of secondary exploitation' introduced by law for the benefit of researchers. The latter will allow them to publish online the manuscripts of their writings accepted for publication by publishers and financed mostly by public credits, after a period of 6 months for the exact sciences and 12 months for the SHS.
I give details on the application of these provisions in the following way: Who can file? What can I deposit? When can we deposit? Where can I drop? I also try to elaborate on the delicate points to be interpreted of the law (retroactive effect or not, applicability to foreign publishers, impacts on research data).
It should be noted that there has been significant news this week about the interpretation of this law. A parliamentary question was put on 14 February by MEP Jean-David Ciot to Axelle Lemaire, Secretary of State for Digital and Innovation. It covers the following points:
- Whether the law is retroactive or not;
- The applicability of the text to foreign publishers;
- The methods for calculating the 50% minimum public funding of a research activity that open the possibility of using the secondary exploitation right;
- The possibility for the authors to demand from the publisher the delivery of the final version accepted for publication when the latter does not communicate it on its own.