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Copied Academic Papers Appear on Pirate Bay to Protest Arrest
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Sci-Hub Leaves Handshake Blockchain After 2 Days, Citing Centralization Concerns
Sci-Hub is a shadow library website that provides free access to millions of research papers and books, without regard to copyright ,  by bypassing publishers' paywalls in various ways. The site is extensively used worldwide. Sci-Hub and Elbakyan were sued twice for copyright infringement in the United States in and , and lost both cases by default , leading to loss of some of its Internet domain names. Sci-Hub has been lauded by some in the scientific , academic, and publishing communities   for providing access to knowledge generated by the scientific community, often from some share of public funding.
Police are warning students and universities not to use a popular pirate website offering free access to millions of scientific research papers. Sci-Hub, which was set up by Alexandra Elbakyan, a graduate student from Kazakhstan, claims to "remove all barriers in the way of science" by allowing users to avoid paying large fees to publishers such as Elsevier, Wiley and Springer. It is estimated to include more than 80 per cent of the world's currently published scientific papers and has been acclaimed by academics in favour of open access. But the City of London Police's intellectual property crime unit described the website as a "cyber criminal" and said it used compromised login details to steal research papers.