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Once data resources are digitized and made available for access and use, restricting or limiting their use can become difficult, complex, and expensive. Traditional and private sector institutions that rely too heavily on such distinctions for controlling social and business activities may find it difficult to adjust to and take advantage of such trends.
Author James Fallows, who lives in China, was a guest on NPR’s Fresh Air on October 30. He discussed aspects of his Atlantic Monthly article China Makes, The World Takes.