Has a person been wronged if they are cloned without their consent? Presume that

Has a person been wronged if they are cloned without their consent? Presume that

Has a person been wronged if they are cloned without their consent? Presume that the cloning process is non-invasive; a scientist simply picks up stray hair you left behind, and then makes a clone of you. Does that violate your rights? Do we have a copyright on our DNA?

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