Opening the DNA floodgates — The Legal Genealogist

FTDNA database now wide open to law enforcement The Legal Genealogist has long been one of the biggest fans of the DNA testing company, Family Tree DNA (FTDNA), part of the Gene by Gene companies of Houston, Texas. A company established by genealogists for genealogists, and the only major DNA testing company today that offers…

via Opening the DNA floodgates — The Legal Genealogist.

I hadn’t seen Judy G. Russell‘s post when I made my post, FTDNA Opens the Door to the Cops — The DNA Geek. Glad to see her post as it raises some valid concerns.

FTDNA is FamilyTree DNA for those not familiar with the acronym.

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