Law in the Internet Society

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The Internet has transformed the world of science. Citizen scientists are once again back at it, researching and developing products and services in all fields of science. At the same time, a group of these citizen scientists have begun to fight for their belief that science is a human right, an idea opposed by many government officials and much of the scientific community.

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