One response to “Where Should We Take Open Access Next?: Moving Forward By Centering an Ethics of Care”

  1. Maria

    Great work, Amber!! Trouble with public knowledge is that it always seems to fall into the hands of private interests, e.g., taxpayer money that funds public research at universities that becomes available to private corporations who, in turn, use that to inform their own privately funded research, the results of which, are kept as “company secrets” and are not shared with the public. It’s their own take on corporate “tribalism” used to justify ownership of information that began in the public domain.

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