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 +===== Code of Ethics/​moralischer Umgang als Biohacker ======
  
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 +Die Freiheit zu Forschen ohne hierachische Strukturen ermöglicht kreatives und innovatives Arbeiten, aber erfordert spezielle Verhaltensnormen um diese erarbeitete Freiheit nachhaltig aufrecht zu erhalten. Daher sollten sich Biohacker auf einen moralischen Umgang einigen, um schwerwiegende Fehler vorzubeugen und sicherzustellen,​ dass positives Arbeiten respektiert und geschätzt wird, hingegen böswilliges Verhalten vermieden wird (uuaa, mega-schwammig formuliert xD). Dafür steht ein selbst auferlegter Verhaltenskodex,​ der sogenannte Code of Ethics. ​
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 +==== Draft DIYbio Code of Ethics from European Congress (2011) ===
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 +https://​diybio.org/​codes/​
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 +**Transparency**
 +Emphasize transparency and the sharing of ideas, knowledge, data and results.
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 +**Safety**
 +Adopt safe practices.
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 +**Open Access**
 +Promote citizen science and decentralized access to biotechnology.
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 +**Education**
 +Help educate the public about biotechnology,​ its benefits and implications.
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 +**Modesty**
 +Know you don’t know everything.
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 +**Community**
 +Carefully listen to any concerns and questions and respond honestly.
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 +**Peaceful Purposes**
 +Biotechnology must only be used for peaceful purposes.
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 +**Respect**
 +Respect humans and all living systems.
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 +**Responsibility**
 +Recognize the complexity and dynamics of living systems and our responsibility towards them.
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 +**Accountability**
 +Remain accountable for your actions and for upholding this code.
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 +[[https://​diybio.org|DIYbio.org]] organized a series of congresses in 2011, where we brought together individuals and delegates from regional groups in North America and Europe to collaborate on the development of a DIYbio code that may serve as a framework for helping us achieve a vibrant, productive and safe global community of DIYbio practitioners,​ regional groups, and community labs.
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 +In May 2011, individuals and delegates from regional groups of DIY biologists from across Europe came together at the London School of Economics BIOS Centre with the goal of generating an aspirational code of ethics for the emerging do-it-yourself biology movement. The congress was composed of participants from five countries, including Denmark, England, France, Germany, and Ireland .
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