This is a translated and edited version of a blog post originally appearing on the Danish denfri.dk blog. See the original post here. These past few weeks have highlighted the crossroads that we as a society are facing: Whether non-open data, siloed knowledge and patented ideas make up the best way for growth and innovation? […]
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