Can't find a single book which puts together a universal set of rules for neural interfaces to protect people (like the three laws of robotics). Are there any that exist?
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Nope. Or, at least, 'not in the popular published canon.'
There are a few here and there that posit rules against it wholesale, or differ on if a nerological clone of someone is a person / is the same person / is just a program, but no well-intentioned discussion of the rules thereof.