Jan 062012
 
 January 6, 2012  Laws, Surveillance

Dan Wiessner of Reuters reports:

Fortune-tellers beware: palm-reading could land you in New York state’s criminal DNA database.

Convicted graffiti artists, subway turnstile-jumpers and anybody who writes a bad check could also end up with their genetic information permanently on file under a proposal by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Read more on Yahoo! Canada.

Odd how the first place I saw this was on a Canadian site and not the NY Times…

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