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DNA taking law enforcement into all our lives – Is it unfettered invasion of privacy?

CODIS has More ID information than [once] believed – Scientists Find This open access research paper is explained in the following commentaries: Laboratory Equipment News Stanford Medicine  Stanford News   

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Expanding government DNA archives form major debate on involving innocent people

The shadow of “big brother” watching you comes out in print within this piece about massive forensic DNA collection in numerous states. California has the biggest database. “The question is: Do we want the government to have all these genetic … Continue reading

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