Normally I don’t like to blog things solely in order to propagate them, adding no commentary. But The Tragedy of the Enclosed Lands is about the most lucid, personal and usefully social explanation of the consequences of the lack of open access to geodata in the UK, that I have ever read online.

There are thousands of applications like this, waiting to be fulfilled. Where is the real justification for a proprietary geodata access policy?

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