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Grahame Grieve

it actually costs money to share data. So surely it's reasonable to pay the people who do the work to do it.

Maybe the problem is that the benefits of sharing the data don't accrue to the people who actually share it. It's the recipients who do - but there's no obvious channel for them to pay.

So, a broken market. With all the consequential behaviour

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