November 6, 2019 Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.
Sara Boboltz reports:
A Florida detective successfully obtained a warrant to search the company GEDmatch’s full database of user-provided genetic information, even if users had opted out of appearing in police search results, HuffPost has confirmed.
The warrant, signed by a judge in Florida’s Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in July, will likely earn praise from law enforcement and criticism from privacy advocates wary of how DNA databases could be abused.
Read more on HuffPost.
h/t, Joe Cadillic
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