Why is it that on the internet the best information is often locked behind paywalls? Brewster Kahle, founder of The Internet Archive, believes it’s time to turn that scarcity model upside down and build an internet based on abundance. Here he'll share a new project — Democracy’s Library — a free, open, online compendium of government research and publications from around the world. Why? Because democracies need an educated citizenry to thrive.
How we can start to abandon the "scarcity model" in which good information costs money while lies are free. How can we leverage the investment governments have made into research and unlock it for people/startups/businesses to build with it?