BY TINA HESMAN SAEY 6:00AM, FEBRUARY 6, 2019 A popular at-home DNA testing company has announced that it is allowing police to search its database of genetic data just as customers do when looking for family members. But there’s one big difference: Police are trying to track down rape and murder suspects using relatives’ DNA. Since Joseph […]
via What FamilyTreeDNA sharing genetic data with police means for you Law enforcement can now use the company’s private DNA database to investigate rapes and murders — International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.
Actually, they can far beyond rapes and murders according to Opening the DNA floodgates — The Legal Genealogist. See #4 on Judy’s list as to what else it can cover.