And even given "the right", the consequences are negative and serious in terms of preventing communication and separating/estranging those within a discipline from those outside it.
I have lived long enough to actually observe this evolution of word usage, not just in the sciences but in many academic disciplines. I was well educated, including 4 years of university study, and I found when i came on the internet, that many people today had completely different, even "alien" definitions and understandings of words, from those I was educated in. Heaven help someone who is not aware of those changes, and thinks it just, "is so" and always was so.
And no, while one can use the internet to look up modern jargon or terminologies that does not, in itself, make them correct or acceptable. It is like american spelling. The internet imposes that on all english speakers, by default, yet if I, or one of my students, uses it in academic work, we are quite rightly corrected.
That is a classic, and well documented, example of the hegemonic effect of the internet.