Below is straight from the Tyler Neylon’s page:
Researchers taking a stand against Elsevier.
Academics have protested against Elsevier’s business practices for years with little effect. The main objections are these:
1 They charge exorbitantly high prices for their journals.
2 They sell journals in huge "bundles," so libraries must buy a large set with many unwanted journals, or none at all. Elsevier thus makes huge profits by exploiting their essential titles, at the expense of other journals.
3 They support measures such as SOPA, PIPA and the Research Works Act, that aim to restrict the free exchange of information.
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