Customers Handed Over Their DNA. The Company Let the FBI Take a Look.

Congratulations, all your genetic markers are now in a government database.
Questions raised about family tree DNA.

(From The Wall Street Journal)

Privacy advocates argued that when consumers submitted their DNA to a company, they didn’t expect it could be used by law enforcement without a warrant. Some are concerned about the government potentially having access to the genetic data of large numbers of people, many of whom never agreed to its use, and without wider public debate.

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