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If a regulation references an ISO standard, doesn't that mean the standard is law and therefore should be free to the public?

If a regulation references an ISO standard, doesn't that mean the standard is law and therefore should be free to the public? Why must I pay for the standard in order to comply with a federal regulation?

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