Supposed you cloned yourself, nothing but your cells. Grew it into a child and an adult. This clone would be all of YOUR cells, grown from YOU. It would be no different than if you (could) regrew a limb, simple cells glued together neurons telling it to move at your will. The clone would be different than your child in the sense that a child has a different and new DNA created from half of yours, but also half of someone elses. This means these cells arent yours, because its half of someone elses, and vice versa. Its a new being. But a clone is cells that were told to grow, maybe the cells could have been used to heal a cut you encountered but instead they were coaxed to grow into a being.
Say some of your cells were used to re grow a limb, you can do what ever you want with this new limb, move it, kick it, punch it, it does what ever you tell it to you. You have the right to do what ever you want to it. What about if those cells were used to clone your self, the same logic would have to applied because they are your cells, and would have to be considered an extension to you, a limb of sorts. But it has a consious correct? Your telling your cells that have coeheriently became a seperate human being to do something, they would have to listen just as your limb would listen, but it don't obey because it has a brain, your brain. So you could "force" it to obey by anymeans because you are legally allowed to, broadly put, abuse your self. It can't be illegal because if you can do it to yourself, you can do it to your "limb". They have to be your slave because you own your cells, I could have a pit of my stem cells that I could burn if I so pleased, but the same cells just in different form can't be burned? No matter if it has a consious (An extension to your consious, logically.) or not, you can do as you please to it using this logic. Its just a limb right?
My personal belief is that it should be a person, it should have its own right but logically you can do what ever you please with it.
My logic above might be flawed because I didn't know how to present this argument correctly, but if you get my idea feel free to correct me.