Legal Issues Surrounding the Collection, Use and Access to Grey Data in the University Setting: How Data Policies Reflect the Political Will of Organizations

Tomas Lipinski & Katherine Henderson
Grey literature is defined as works that are of sufficient importance to be collected and preserved by the library or its affiliated institutional repository. These works are disseminated through channels other than commercial publishing and are generally protected by intellectual property. Intellectual property schemes offer less protection to grey literature’s frequent companion, grey data, even though the collector/researcher and his/her home institution may nonetheless consider the data valuable and proprietary (Schöpfel andLipinski, 2012). Grey data...
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