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Can police track me through a DNA database?

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Aug 28, 2018 3:31 PM 6+ mon ago

As public DNA databases grow, law enforcement may soon have the ability to track down nearly anyone, even people who never submitted their genetic material for analysis. The technique they are using is called “familial searches.”...

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