Dec 02, 2011

Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft and founder of the nonprofit Allen Institute for Brain Science, explains in The Wall Street Journal why his foundation believes in open access to data. Early on in the foundation's conception, Allen says he and others considered charging a fee for access to their data — something that made sense from a financial point of view.

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