Open access and copyright (authors’ rights)
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Digital tehnologies allowed forming the archival repository of electronic issues. These scientific repositories became publicly available within the open access regime. Open access includes open and universal access and usage of the content data bases and the other internet digital resources. With the aim to protect the interests of the all entitled to the open access regime, many inovations connected with copyright law have had to be implemented. The most famous open access licence is the Creative Commons Licence – CCL. Budapest Open Access Initiative is the first international declaration of the open access. In 2007, the implementation of fundamental principles of the open acces in the libraries were confirmed by IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions), eIFL (electronic Information for Libraries) and LCA (Library Copyright Alliance which involved five greatest library associations in the USA.