Springer Nature combats piracy

In order to protect our authors┬┤ rights and interests, Springer Nature pro-actively screens websites for illegal download links of Springer Nature eBooks and subsequently requires hosts of such download sites to remove and delete the files or links in question. A concerted effort between the Springer Nature Team along with an external IT partner has put efficient methods in place to detect illegal download links of Springer Nature eBooks. Automated searching by special algorithms as well as acting on tip-offs and information from Springer Nature authors and editors are common measures to detect and remove illegal download files. We have been pleased to observe positive results in the number of links that have been and are continuously being disabled.

Please visit Springer Nature's copyright and piracy policies page for a detailed description of our publishing policies. You may contact our Anti-Piracy Team directly or use the Report Suspected Piracy form.

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