Efrem Jasso, You have no specific constitutional right to privacy. You also have little to no capacity for critical thinking. And you’re clearly unable to distinguish between someone expressing an opinion and someone making a demand. I am okay with many things in this world. I am not okay with many others. My Media offline média hors ligne Offline medien medios sin conexlón oggetto multimediale non in linea moisdia offline shirt on those things has little or no influence upon their existence. I’m well aware, my paranoia is about as prominent in the matter as my naivety; wait until the invasion of privacy folk finds out about cell phones and drivers licenses. Facial recognition doesn’t violate protected privacy laws though. Little Bear are you saying that DNA is the only thing that can be used for evil purposes? Come on. Don’t be naive. There are many things in this world that can be used for evil purposes. Many things in this world can be negative. But not everything has to be negative. Sandra Kincaid Covert, It has already been used in this way. It should be individuals’ and family’s choices. Rather than subject people with a family history of breast cancer to a higher premium, even though many who test positive for the gene, never develop the condition. Then there are Chimeras, who have 2 DNAs, from a frequent event, of absorbing your twin in the womb. One mother lost custody of her children and had to hire a lawyer, to prove they were her children. This is far from cut and dried issue regarding the best use of DNA testing and outcomes. Yeah, that was two people in history, and just the one lady who got her DNA confused, which was her own damn fault. If you base a national decision on the actions of just one person, then again, you are ignoring the bigger picture still. Had she received that test at birth (assuming it would be accurate at the time) then she wouldn’t have had any problem getting her kid, nor being Id as a chimera.