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I have to add the fact that many publishers allow ...

I have to add the fact that many Publishers allow for "self-archiving", which is perhaps considered to be the electronic equivalent of the pre-internet habit of distributing paper copies of your own articles, which is of course totally acceptable. This applies not only to open access articles. This means that you are allowed to make certain versions of your own articles available on outlets, that you yourself control. ResearchGate can be arguably considered as being such an outlet. You just need to check, which version of your Article the publisher allows you to self-archive. For many non-open access articles, this is NOT the final PDF, that the publisher makes available, but often post-print (final draft post-refereeing) or the pre-print (ie pre-refereeing). You can check each individual journal's policy from the SHERPA/ROMEO list: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/search.php

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