Friday, May 24th, 2019

Google, the NSA & DHS are Creating a Global DNA Database

Published on October 17, 2015 by   ·   No Comments
Art Caplan, a bioethicist at New York University warns…

“A lot of people want to get into the genomics risk assessment game. It’s seen as highly lucrative,I don’t think they’re giving customers straight information about their ancestry — and I’m wary when I hear them saying, ‘Oh well now we’re in the health business.’”

Is Ancestry.com giving people straight info. about their ancestry? Are they in actuality working for the government?

Ancestry.com recently purchased the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation. The Sorenson’s Database had more than 100,000 DNA samples and documented multi-generational family histories from “volunteers in more than 100 countries around the world.”

Your DNA is not safe with Ancestry.com:

In March of this year Ancestry.com let police search their DNA database without a warrant!

Without a warrant or court order, police investigators were able to run the crime scene DNA against Sorenson’s private genealogical DNA data. The search turned up 41 potential familial matches to Michael Usry. The cops then asked Ancestry.com, not only for the “protected” name associated with that profile, but also for all “all information including full names, date of births, date and other information pertaining to the original donor to the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy project.”  FYI, Ancestry.com offered to disclose this information in response to a simple subpoena.

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