Preserving genetic privacy: A DNA test for the Constitution

The following is an excerpt.

Science has broken the code of human composition and can read the genetic “fingerprint” unique to each person. The forensic technique of collecting DNA raises serious privacy concerns, however, especially when government demands it with the force of law. The Supreme Court has an opportunity to safeguard this most personal of information and preserve a precious right to privacy

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