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The Council for Responsible Genetics, founded in 1983, is a US-based non-profit organisation of concerned citizens, including scientists, environmentalists, public health advocates, physicians, and lawyers. CRG advocates socially responsible use of new genetic technologies by encouraging informed public debate about their social, ethical, and environmental implications. While the news articles and some links to reports are freely available, several reports require payment. CRG also publishes a bimonthly magazine called 'GeneWatch'.