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From Google's English: "On 1 January 2014 were some changes in the Copyright Act in force....It is primarily concerned with § 38 (4) of the Copyright Act : "The author of a scientific article that has arisen in the context of at least half of publicly funded research and published in a periodical at least twice a year collection, has, even if he has the publisher or editor given an exclusive right of use, the right , make the contribution after the expiration of twelve months available to the public since the first publication in the accepted manuscript version, as far as this serves no commercial purpose. The source of the first publication shall be indicated. A deviating agreement to the disadvantage of the author is ineffective. " After twelve months, the rights revert to the designated here publications to the authors, and these can then publish your posts second...."
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