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. Delfanti, 119) makes a somewhat similar argument when talking about the " different faces " of hacking, noting that DIYbio embodies very different faces of hacking such as openness in data and knowledge sharing as well as openness of the doors of scientific institutions, but also rebellion, hedonism, passion, communitarian spirit, individualism and entrepreneurial drive, distrust for bureaucracies, 2010.