Cureus Hits “The Wall”

Suspending their Wall of Shame, Cureus seems destined to spend some cycles on an unseen version of the same Wall

Cureus Hits “The Wall”

Last April, the journal Cureus launched its “Wall of Shame,” a public listing of “authors and reviewers who have committed egregious ethical violations as well as the institutions that enabled them.”

It was a crude and capricious attempt to address academic malfeasance by bringing back the stocks to the public square.

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