The metadados ones of the document are normally available and can be copied, be redistributed, indexados, etc. Are seen that the model of open archive provides innumerable and significant advantages for its users, as the free and gratuitous access the documents, which, having assent of the author, could be available for download or, even though, for impression of the complete text. This attributes the fact to it of that, it was created with this intention: to establish advantages that allow the best form of access to the scientific documentation. Breaking of this same vision, considering the free access to the complete texts in the Internet, from the permission of the author, and respecting the question of the copyright, the Declaration of Budapeste (2002 apud YOUNG CHICKEN, 2006, P. 38) discourses that: For? open access? …, we want to say its we exempt availability in public Internet, allowing to all the users to read, to make download, to copy, to distribute, to print, to search or to make links to the complete text of these articles and crawling for indexation …. The only restriction in the production and distribution and the only paper for the copyright in this domain must be to give to the author the control on the integrity of its work and the appropriately recognized right of and being cited …. It is important to stand out that it was from the Declarations of Budapeste and Bethesda that other events as these had been happening in the world all, as examples we have of Berlin, Valparaiso, Argentina and others, as form of engrandecer the free access. Thus, these meetings had allowed that the model of open archive if in general consolidated before a scientific community and to the community, as a more viable alternative for the free access to scientific publications (ROCK, 2009). The open archives are nothing more than what a movement that allows the free access to publications scientific in half electronic, without collection of taxes or tariff to have access them.