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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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I reposted the question at http://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/51879/examples-where-sharing-policies-conflict-fundamentally .

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