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If the jstor platform fails to operate in conformance with the terms of this agreement, institutional licensee will immediately notify jstor, and, subject to section 10. D) the jstor platform is compatible with the niso metasearch xml gateway (mxg) protocol in development, xml and sru/srw search interfaces; and.

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Jstor was initiated in 1995 at seven different library sites, and originally encompassed ten economics and history journals. September 2014, jstor launched jstor daily, an online magazine meant to bring academic research to a broader audience.

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B) individual members of scholarly societies that have entered into an agreement with jstor for access to specific content via the jstor platform (“individual access”); and. In furtherance of this commitment, jstor shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that:(a) subject to constraints imposed by or in agreement with publishers and/or by third party rights holders, the content contained in the jstor platform that is produced by digitizing print material are complete and faithful replications of the print versions of such content.

Aaron also: aaron swartz §  late 2010 and early 2011, internet activist aaron swartz used mit's data network to bulk-download a substantial portion of jstor's collection of academic journal articles. In the event of such an objection, jstor shall make reasonable efforts to address any concerns or the institutional licensee will have the right to terminate the agreement on 30 (thirty) days written updated on september 20, 2017.

Institutional licensees shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that access to the licensed content is limited to authorized users and to protect the licensed content from unpermitted use, including but not limited to by issuing and terminating passwords within its control, verifying the status of authorized user, providing lists of valid passwords or set of ip addresses to jstor if applicable, updating such lists on a regular basis and providing any information or assistance necessary for jstor to implement whatever user authentication processes jstor may establish in its sole discretion. As an archive serving the scholarly community, jstor provides long term preservation of the jstor collections content by pursuing best practices and standards in the creation and maintenance of the jstor platform and establishing mirror sites and multiple back up files for all of the materials in the jstor platform, and for those items of jstor collections content that have print editions, establishing a dedicated repository at a participating institution to house and preserve the print copies under archival-quality conditions.

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