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Genomic Surveillance: Inside China's DNA Dragnet
reportposted on 2020-11-16, 01:11 authored by Emile Dirks, James LeiboldJames Leibold
The Chinese Government is building the world’s largest police-run DNA database in close cooperation with key industry partners across the globe. Yet, unlike the managers of other forensic databases, Chinese authorities are deliberately enrolling tens of millions of people who have no history of serious criminal activity. Those individuals (including preschool-age children) have no control over how their samples are collected, stored and used. Nor do they have a clear understanding of the potential implications of DNA collection for them and their extended families.
Institute for War & Peace Reporting | SGECPD19CA0026
US State Department | SGECPD19CA0026
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