Examples where sharing policies conflict fundamentally?

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asked Aug 5, 2015 in Open Science by Daniel Mietchen (1,165 points)

Funders, publishers, institutions and others are increasingly moving towards policies that are aimed at sharing research.

The degree of openness — and other stipulations in those policies — vary quite considerably, so some sort of conflict between policies of a researcher's institution, funder and publisher or between those of collaborators is to be expected.

What examples are there where relevant policies conflict(ed) fundamentally? How have these issues been handled?



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commented Aug 18, 2015 by Daniel Mietchen (1,165 points)
I reposted the question at http://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/51879/examples-where-sharing-policies-conflict-fundamentally .

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