Effective July 1, 2018
This website is provided as a service of the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) as a public service for the sole purpose of aiding the SSP community.
- Description of Service. The Site, https://sspnet.org, and it subdomains consists of several sections, some of which have restricted access. SSP may make improvements and/or changes to this website at any time. We welcome suggestions for such additions, omissions and/or other changes. SSP reserves the right to refuse to post any information on its website at any time.
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