and economic area, “nobody owns any data. And that is the way it ought to be across the board.”
Continuity. “We need to have planning so that we are always getting new data. We are only beginning at the beginning of people’s lives, and we will need to be able to reap the harvest regularly and not on the basis of occasional one-shot expenditures.”
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