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Cambridge University Press picks Rightslink

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Cambridge Journals, a division of Cambridge University Press, has chosen Copyright Clearance Center’s Rightslink to help its readers obtain copyright permissions to share and distribute published materials directly from content pages online.

Rightslink automates many of the standard processes and identifies those requests that need personal attention. This should help Cambridge’s rights and permissions team better manage the growing quantity and complexity of permissions requests. Cambridge customers can access Rightslink and order permissions directly from “Cambridge Journals Online”, the company’s publishing and delivery platform. Most licences will be processed and granted immediately.