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Open access data will soon require business models, says Deepak Singh at bbgm. And he's not the only one to believe this, as he points out several posts that speak to putting open data into a useable (and accessible) framework as being key to building upon it. The best way to do this, of course, is to set up a business and charge a fee. Re-iterates Singh, "Data, especially open data, needs to be accompanied by APIs that allow the data to be accessed in a number of formats.

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