(f) cease to publish other advertisements or suspend an advertising contract not yet published until the infringement is corrected and if it is not corrected within ten working days, ACM may terminate an unpublished advertising contract; Some of my research was on copyright licensing agreements, so I can tell you for sure that this requires translation for most people. Here`s mine: As part of the agreement, corresponding MIT authors can make all articles and conference reports to the ACM Digital Library instantly and free of charge for the Open Access author. Instead, MIT ACM pays a one-time mass fee to cover both the costs of publishing articles and accessing the subscription. Authors who opt for Open Access can choose a Creative Commons license for sharing and reusing articles. The TU Delft Library has an agreement with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ACM is an important publishing house, especially for the EEMCS faculty. This is an innovative open access agreement that allows TU Delft authors to publish Open Access for free on ACM. Under the agreement, corresponding TU authors can publish in all journals and conferences throughout the ACM Digital Library. The agreement will run from September 2020 to 31 December 2022. MIT Libraries have negotiated with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) an innovative open access agreement that allows MIT authors to make ACM articles available free of charge. «This agreement brings to life a bold vision of how company publishers and universities can work together to make full open access a reality,» said Jeff MacKie-Mason, academic librarian at UC Berkeley, co-chair of the team overseeing UC`s publisher negotiations and a member of ACM. «We can and will work with publishers of all sizes to make a successful transition to open access, so that researchers and the public can freely and immediately access the world`s knowledge.» ACM is part of TU Delft`s «transformation agreements», which are being developed as part of the Open Science programme. Tu Delft currently has 23 publishing contracts with an open access componentThe ACM agreement is a joint effort of the collection management and research support teams.
The pilot agreement will run from January 2020 to 31 December 2022 and applies to manuscripts that have been submitted and published during this period. . . .