from being captured as the intellectual property of others. Perhaps the system might also embed technological identifiers or protections in the files.
As they get up to leave, Jack remarks that if such a system could be developed, there are probably tens of thousands of individuals similar to themselves already creating valuable geographic data who would now have sufficient means and incentives to make their files available to the rest of the world. Betty agrees.
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