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Three of the top five most read cases on the COPE website in 2020 were related to authorship issues:

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Letter from COPE: June 2020

At this time we pay our respects to the memory of George Floyd, whose brutal killing has amplified issues of systemic racism in our society. We wish to voice our horror and outrage at the egregious violence, injustice, and marginalisation faced by people of colour in the US and throughout the world. We support all who stand against prejudice and discrimination of any kind.

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Letter from the COPE Chair: January 2020

Dear Digest Readers,

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Written by COPE Council
Version 2 September 2017
Version 1 March 2013
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COPE Council. COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers (Spanish). Version 2 September 2017 https://doi.org/10.24318/cope.2019.1.10

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Written by COPE Council
Version 1 September 2017
How to cite this  COPE Council. COPE Discussion Document: Who 'owns' peer reviews? September 2017. https://doi.org/10.24318/rouP8ld4

Our COPE materials are available to use under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license
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  • 19 October 2020

    Added link to Version 1: https://publicationethics.org/files/u7140/Who_Owns_Peer_Reviews_Discussion_Document_Web.pdf

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