Investors won't use this data for investment decisions, Litvack says
Jamie Drummond, ONE thinks there is a backlash on open data in the states from investors
The data of one small project by an enormous company is not material to an investor, Litvack says
Litvack - A lot of people believe that stability in the commodities markets is vital to generating higher returns.
Litvak argues that open data will not be included in an investment model
Jamie Drummond of ONE asks why can't IAATI be used in other areas such as budget transparency, contract transparecy, extractive transparency etc.
Paul Lenz from MySociety points out that the Kenyan open data isn't hard to download, the formatting is ok too but that the poverty and health data is six and seven years old. The data sets contradict each other.
Paul Lenz says we need to get the quality of the data there before we can have a conversation about standards
Stefan Verhulst - thinks we need to be more creative on the type of data points that would make a difference!
Tim Large rounds up the debate #zombiedata
Tim Large says that journalists could do a lot better. He says, "We sense there is a rich rich seam of stories to be tapped but for journalists it is out of our comfort zone."
Well that's it folks. Thanks to everyone taking part. It's been a great debate!