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- storing email from gmail and presenting in front end
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- Pulling hair the all over the body
- Older versions of Tor
- From RSA Public Key to the Onion-Adress
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- What is the closest fly-by of a planet/moon ever completed?
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Two figures are redrawn and merged into one. Permission required?
1.) In case the the original paper has a number of figures. Take for example: Figure 4 is "Data model" and Figure 8 is "Mechanism structure". If I write my paper, and merge these two into one figure. Is it sufficient to cite it as (my review paper) Figure X: Data model and Mechanism Structure adapted from ? Is this modification enough as a waver for permission (and its payment)?
2.) What of the case when author A proposes "Data model" and "mechanism structure" in paper  and . Is it sufficient if in my own paper, I have all four combined in one figure. Say, Figure Z: Data Model and Mechanism Structure proposed by author X adapted from [30,35]? Does this require permission also.
3.) Does rightslink have subsidized registration fees for students?