We May Be Entering a New Era for Using Consumer Genetic Information to Solve Crime
Law Enforcement’s Use of Ancestry Websites Is a Huge Privacy Conundrum
Law Enforcement Is Turning to Another Type of Genetic Sleuthing. Is It Reliable?
In Assuming DNA Evidence Is Infallible, Are We Making a Mistake?
At-Home Medical Tests Are an Awful Lot Like Astrology
The Genealogy Site That Helped Catch the Golden State Killer Is Grappling With Privacy
A Consumer DNA Testing Company Is Making an Alarming New Marketing Pivot
A Moratorium on Gene Editing Will Raise More Questions Than It’ll Answer
The U.S. May Soon Have a De Facto National DNA Database
Criminal Suspects Deserve Genetic Privacy, Too
What Kinds of Warnings Should People Get Before Sharing Their Genetic Data?
Why Elizabeth Warren Was Right to Apologize to the Cherokee Nation
Why Didn’t Elizabeth Warren Anticipate the Backlash to Her DNA Test?
By Releasing Her Genetic Information, Elizabeth Warren Is Setting a Worrying Precedent
Fat Bear Week Is Over, but Hibernation Almost Lasts Forever
Was It Foolish for Elizabeth Warren to Release a DNA Test Indicating She Has Native Ancestry?
DNA Tests Quietly Reinforce Terrible and Scientifically Inaccurate Concepts of “Ethnicity”
DNA Tests Used to Reunite Migrant Families Need Serious Privacy Safeguards
Can You Really Give a Velociraptor a Blood Transfusion From a T. Rex? We Asked the Experts.
Consumer Genetic Databases Aren’t the Only Side Door for Police to Get Your DNA