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ISO standards – the backlash

Nuclear safety guy, Martin Wakeman, summarises the backlash against malpractice using ISO standards in cartoons:

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http://www.sci-hub.io – an end to copyright?

Despite support from governments, the ISO relies heavily on sales of its expensive ISO standards. In  Goodbye, Copyright. Farewell, Tenured Guilds Gary North predicts the end of copyrights.  He forgets to mention the highly-secretive TTIP or TPP agreements though. While university libraries … Continue reading

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Compelled hoarding

The ISO standards require the hoarding of superseded paperwork.  Have you ever needed it? It’s just another cunning point to catch you out on! This is another example of the standards being used to transmit the anxieties and mental weaknesses of their … Continue reading

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