DNA testing in the workplace

To help prevent genetic discrimination, Congress passed the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA). Let’s take a look at this law ...
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Coronavirus highlights why the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act is ripe for overhaul

[Palantir] has been hired and has assigned 45 staff to a project “designed to predict surges in NHS demand during the ...
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Viewpoint: Consumer genetic tests and scant privacy protections give us reason to be ‘terrified’

[Y]ou don’t have to be Orwell to understand that the decision to allow a profit-driven company to analyze a person’s ...

‘Genome cloaking’ and the quest to keep DNA test results private

Stanford University researchers have developed a tool to keep individual genetic information private, reducing the risk of discrimination by employers ...

Privacy perils: Impact of legislation that would strip genetic secrecy protections in US

Employers could force workers to divulge private genetic information under Republican-sponsored legislation making its way through Congress. It could have ...
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Life insurance companies deny coverage to those with cancer genes like BRCA

US law bars discrimination against based on a person's genetics, but the law only protects in certain areas, which is ...
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DNA, the ‘devious defecator’ and the right to genetic privacy

A poop paternity test may set legal precedents on privacy in the workplace ...
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