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Genetic testing

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'''Genetic testing''' involves the sequencing of genetic material, typically in a commercial or law enforcement context.
In 2008, the European Court of Human Rights ruling that that keeping a non-criminal's DNA sample "could not be regarded as necessary in a democratic society" as a blow against the United Kingdom's emergent practices at the time.<ref>[ S and Marper v United Kingdom]</ref>
In July 2015, the country of Kuwait was the first mandate storage of genetic information on a national database with those refusing liable for harsh fines or jail terms.<ref>[ Kuwait has become the first country to make DNA testing mandatory for all residents ]</ref>
The private genetic testing company [[23andMe]] has seen significant growth in recent years in the area of personal heath health reports, though the commercial use of its data has raised some privacy concerns.<ref>[ How to use 23andMe without giving up your genetic privacy]</ref>
== In fiction ==

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