Re: issues of DNA privacy #dna


Bob Silverstein
 

Regarding Jeffrey's response, the approach requires the genome to be published, in part or in whole.  As I pointed out earlier, the testing sites do not do this.  When you download your data, you will find SNP's at various locations but no gene sequences.  Whether the donor's name is anonymized or not, I would still like to know how genealogical DNA can break anonymity, especially if you are not famous.

Bob Silverstein
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