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In the case of an article/video withdrawal requests, we follow general policies adopted by Elsevier publisher.[https://www.elsevier.com/about/our-business/policies/article-withdrawal]
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In the case of an article/video withdrawal requests, we follow general policies adopted by Elsevier publisher.[https://www.elsevier.com/about/our-business/policies/article-withdrawal] Additionally and in some restricted cases the publisher will retract published articles. The cost of retraction of a given article will be at 100% of the original publication. The author must request a given retraction in writing.
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The author might request additional editorial corrections to the already approved lecture (and published at the debate website and youtube.com service) by the parties' version of his/her lecture. Each correction (new rendering) of a given lecture will result in an additional surcharge to the author at the nominal price of the original lecture fee.

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Article/Video Withdrawal

In the case of an article/video withdrawal requests, we follow general policies adopted by Elsevier publisher.[1] Additionally and in some restricted cases the publisher will retract published articles. The cost of retraction of a given article will be at 100% of the original publication. The author must request a given retraction in writing.

The author might request additional editorial corrections to the already approved lecture (and published at the debate website and youtube.com service) by the parties' version of his/her lecture. Each correction (new rendering) of a given lecture will result in an additional surcharge to the author at the nominal price of the original lecture fee.