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Changing the law using "scientific researches" can
Topic: Changing the law using "scientific researches" can
Posted: 13/July/2014 at 14:54
Concerning "scientific researches" supervised by by institutional review boards :
Must the researches have a scientific advancement purpose to be accepted ?
Is it possible to use the cx of "scientific researches project" to benefit of the advantages (such as secrecy etc..) it gives compared to another cx, another way of doing it ?
For example :
I notice that restrictions rate on the use of a product which are currently applied can be increased without risk (the operation is ethicaly, socially... feasible), i want to benefit it but i don't want my concurrent to know it :
I present the ordinary use of the product with new restriction rates as a "research" instead of asking a classical law change for updating the restriction rates
Is it possible to use researches cx for such purposes ?
And how does this way of doing compare itself with a classical law change on criteria like : difficulty of execution, time of enforcement, cost, secrecy ?
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