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The Scholarly Kitchen blog has a post by Robert Harrington published on Feb. 7, 2017 on the value of copyright and some issues created by the use of the Creative Commons CC-BY license. Harrington also discusses the distinction between plagiarism and copyright violations. The post has already attracted 20 comments.
"The Value of Copyright: A Publisher’s Perspective"